Compostable Dog Waste Bags (120 pk)
Alternative to plastic doggy bags.
These backyard compostable pet waste bags are made in the USA out of 100% natural and chemical-free organic material. Unlike plastic or many other "compostable" bioplastics, this patented vegetable blend will naturally degrade in the environment within 3-6 months after use when the micro-organisms start to eat away at the bags, supporting a circular lifecycle which works in harmony with the environment.
Contains 8 rolls of 15 bags each.
Tested to hold up to 4 lbs. of dog waste.
They can also be used for food waste, compost, or other organic waste!
- MADE IN USA
- UNITED STATES CERTIFIED
- TUV Austria (EN 13432) Certified Industrial Compostable
- TUV Austria Certified Home Compostable
- Not made from Oxo-Degradable Material
- Stronger than Plastic Bags
- Bag Size: 9” x 12” x 20 Microns
- Package Size: 3.5” x 2.75” x 6.5”
- Weight Capacity: 4.4 lbs
BioDOGradable™ bags are made from a new generation material called a bioplastic. This bioplastic compound is created from non-GMO cereal flour (maize) and biodegradable polymers, and allowing them to substitute fossil fuels (and their byproducts), increasing resource efficiency. More specifically, their product falls under the sub-heading of compostable plastics: Called biobased/compostable polymers, these formulations are made from biomass/plant feed stocks (in their case cereal flour) and are designed to break down in a controlled environment into a nutrient-rich humus, which can be used as natural fertilizer and to replenish depleted soil.
Recycled paper packaging.
Due to the organic nature of the materials that make up bioDOGradable™ bags, it is recommended that the bags not be exposed to direct sunlight or extreme temperatures (above 80deg. F) for a prolonged period of time. That said, these bags perform without fail when stored in common environments such as one’s home, garage, vehicle, or place of business, and when used within 1 year of purchase date.
End of Life Instructions
Recycle or compost packaging. Bags can be composted in backyard compost or disposed in landfill waste.
Where It Comes From
Beyond Green has been leading the way in innovative sustainable material technology in efforts to aid in the movement on reducing single-use plastic bag pollution. They are based in Lake Forest, CA.