Goodbye plastic, hello compostable satchels!

Unlimited weight for domestic deliveries

When you ship one of these satchels with Sendle, there’s no weight limit. You can fill it to the brim, and we’ll ship it for the same low cost as a 500g satchel. Books! Fishing lures! Paper weights made of Osmium! Gold bullion!

If you can get it in The Unlimited Satchel, we’ll ship it.

For more info, visit our blog and check our domestic pickup locations


Our “green” satchels have all the qualities you need:

245 x 335mm (without the flap)

Waterproof and a little bit stretchy.

Tough and durable, Write-able, Print-able, Stick-able and Edible (for worms), they are also Tear resistant.

Corn again

Yup, that’s right. These babies look like plastic and feel a bit like plastic, but they’re made from 100% biodegradable and compostable materials.

Specifically; corn starch, PLA (made from corn) and PBAT (Polybutyrate Adipate Terephthalate).

Food for worms

These clever satchels have passed Australia’s stringent AS5810 certified home compostable requirements, which includes a worm toxicity test, so they’re even worm farm friendly.

Once your customer has finished with their satchel they can simply take off the label and pop the satchel in with their food scraps. The satchel will biodegrade within 90 days in a regular home composting process.

Keep them like a red wine

Because they’re made from plants not plastic, our Sendle satchels do have a shelf life of 6 months in normal storage conditions. If you want them to age well please keep them in a cool, dark place, like a filing cabinet, office drawer or cupboard. 


What exactly are they made of?

Corn starch (from corn not fit for consumption), PLA (Polylactide, which is made from waste corn too and other plants) and PBAT (Polybutyrate Adipate Terephthalate). 

How long will they take to biodegrade?

In a ‘standard’ home compost, the satchels have been certified (AS5810 -2010) to biodegrade within 180 days, i.e. approx 6 months. Under commercial composting conditions, it would happen much faster. And as litter (e.g. under a tree) it would compost slower, but it will still happen.

How long will they last on the shelf?

Because they're made from plants not plastic, it's important to store the compostable satchels in a cool, dry place. If stored correctly, they will be tough enough to send parcels up to 6 months after purchase.

How do I use the Unlimited Satchel

If it fits, it ships. Sendle’s Unlimited Satchel is the simplest way to send a parcel. From $4.98 (excl. GST). Learn more at:

Can they go in a worm farm?

Yes they can. Our eco-friendly packaging is certified home compostable AS 5810 which includes a worm toxicity test … and these satchels pass with flying colours. 

Do these dimensions include the flap?

No they don’t.

What are the handling and delivery times?

We ship the parcels within 1-2 business days and parcels are sent with Sendle. You'll receive a tracking email after your order.

Do the satches come with labels?

No, feel free to read our labeling guide here

Do you have a refunds policy?

Yep! you can read it here:

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