BioBag Dog Waste Bags
The Alternative to Regular Poop Bags!
Made from plants, vegetable oils
Certified Compostable by the Biodegradable Products Institute
to meet the ASTM D6400 standard for compostable products.
Dog Waste Bags hold the distinction of being the first certified
compostable “plastic” pooper bag in the world.
Picking up after your pet is part of being a responsible pet owner. In many communities, it’s also the law. We are constantly amazed when pet owners put 100% Compostable dog waste into plastic bags that can take over 100 years to decompose. Now owners have a logical solution.
Remember, our goal is to help divert all naturally Compostable waste from entering our landfills. This includes food waste, yard waste, paper waste and pet waste.
Dog Waste Bags don't only have to be used for dogs. Many of our animal-loving customers use the dog waste bags to discard of scoopable litter for their cats and to discard of the cage waste from all sorts of small animals including hamsters, birds, reptiles, rabbits and more!
The waste and the bag can be thrown in your backyard compost, where both items can decompose naturally. Be sure to do your research about home dog waste composting before adding any dog waste to your backyard compost piles. To kill pathogens typically found in dog waste, high temperatures (131 degrees Fahrenheit or higher) are needed consecutively for at least 3 days. Under no circumstances should cat waste be composted.
The waste and bag can be buried, where micro-organisms will consume both.
This is what Compostable waste separation is all about. We thank you for being concerned, responsible pet owners.
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Landfill Placement of Bags: These bags are designed to be composted and returned naturally back to the earth. If they are placed in an “open” or “turned” landfill they will decompose at a rate similar to other Compostable materials in the same setting. If they are placed in an anaerobic (air-locked) landfill and deprived of oxygen and the existence of the micro-organisms that “eat” naturally Compostable materials, their ability to decompose will be severely restricted. This is true of all Compostable materials placed in this setting, including paper, yard waste and food waste.
NOTE: As of 2011, The State of California has determined the words “biodegradable” and “degradable” are misleading to consumers, as there is no established legal time frame for either term. They want companies to use the word COMPOSTABLE for defining a product’s ability to decompose in a timely fashion in a controlled municipal composting environment. (California State Law ASTM D6400)