TOMBag is an Australian social enterprise on a mission to rid the world of single-use garbage bags with our sustainable and reusable alternatives. Designed from the ground up, we have created the world's first reusable garbage bag – it’s sustainable and simply looks awesome!
A reusable garbage bag to replace single-use plastic bin liners at home and work.
TOMbag reusable bin liners are 60cm x 70cm designed to fit medium to large kitchen tidy bins and can be used for both your general waste bin and mixed recycling bin. Our vision is to become a meaningful contributor to the reversal of climate change. For every TOMbag reusable garbage bag we sell, we will plant a tree in Australia.
Made from certified recycled plastic bottles (rPET).
Never buy another single-use garbage bin liner for your home or office again.
Easily cleaned. Wipe down or put in a washing machine for a quick rinse
No more leaking single-use garbage bags. 100% waterproof means no leaks
Say bye-bye to torn garbage bags with strong post-consumer plastic
Hi there! Thanks for stopping by. I’m Sasha Pestano – Founder of TOMbag.
As a family, we love the natural world and are passionate about creating awareness about climate change. We believe in taking positive action towards the reversal of climate change, no matter how small it may seem – it all adds up.
TOMbag was born as an idea when I was pregnant with our daughter, Lyla.
Motivated to ditch all single-use plastic from our household, Sasha realised that there was one item that she overlooked – the garbage bag.
When trying to find a reusable alternative for single-use plastic garbage bags she found nothing except reusable diaper bags that were promoted as reusable bin liners. We tried them but had to throw them away after just few uses – they stunk and leaked. In short, they didn’t work as they weren’t a purpose designed reusable garbage bag.
I started to dig deeper into the problem of single-use garbage bags and were shocked to discover that in Australia alone, households use over 3.3 billion single-use plastic garbage bags EVERY.SINGLE.YEAR! What a waste, I thought! And decided to act.