Biobag - Dog Waste Bags, 50pk
Dispose of your dog’s waste the clean, sustainable, and responsible way with BioBag Dog Waste Bags, made from compostable, plant-derived materials.
- Compostable Dog Waste Bags
- Decomposes Within 40 Days
- Clean and Responsible Alternative to Polyethylene Bags
- Derived From Plant Starch, Vegetable Oils and Compostable Polymers
- For Small to Medium Dogs of All Breeds
Are you looking for an eco-friendly way to dispose of your dog’s waste while out and about? Look no further! BioBag is a small, independent company working tirelessly to find sustainable solutions to waste disposal. BioBag Dog Waste Bags are derived from plant starches, vegetable oils, and compostable polymers. Unlike regular polyethylene dog waste bags, they decompose along with the contents within 40 days, if placed in a well-functioning compost environment. By comparison, it takes regular plastic bags more than 100 years to decompose, while releasing toxic microplastics.
These handy, practical bags are sturdy enough to keep your hands from coming into contact with any mess. The bag functions in the same way as a regular dog waste bag and can be tied off and disposed of without deterioration. BioBag Dog Waste Bags are the clean, responsible and sustainable solution to clearing up your dog’s waste.
50 BioBag Compostable Pet Waste Bags.
Made with biodegradable and compostable plastics derived from plants.
Packaged in a recyclable cardboard box.
What is the difference between bags labeled ‘biodegradable’ and BioBag Compostable Dog Waste Bags?
Oxo-degradable and degradable dog waste bags are often labeled ‘biodegradable’ which can lead you to think they’re a greener choice than they actually are. Degradable bags do break down over time but can take just as long as regular plastic bags. Plus, they still leave behind harmful fragments of plastic. BioBag Dog Waste Bags are COMPOSTABLE, meaning they are made of organic materials that will harmlessly degrade completely in a matter of weeks, without leaving anything nasty behind. If you don’t have a home poop-composting system (let’s be honest, not many of us do) then you can still put your BioBags in the bin at the park and they will either decompose in landfill or be incinerated without releasing toxic plastic fumes