This Green-Paq bag is suitable for shipping a smart phone. Green-Paq inflatable bags are made with 95% OXO biodegradable plastic, meaning it starts to degrade once disposed in landfill. The bags undergo a two-stage degradation process. The first is Oxidative Degradation enhanced by a catalytic reaction. Once this has happened the second part is biodegradation in soil or a bioactive composting environment. Uninflated bags take up much less space than paper and board based protective packaging (for example there are an average of 10,000 Green-Paq deflated bags stored on just one euro-pallet), meaning significantly less vehicles are required to transport them and much less storage space is required, all helping to reduce CO2 emissions and carbon footprint. Green-Paq bags can also be fully recycled in standard recycling facilities if they are not disposed of to biodegrade in landfill.