As most of us live in metropolitan areas and have to pick up our dogs poo, we often use the local store plastic bag or a dog bag that says it’s “biodegradable”. Since most of you know these plastic grocery store bags aren’t good for our landfills and mother nature, you are most likely starting to use recyclable bags from your local super market. As this becomes more and more popular, plastic bags will become a thing of the past, at least I hope! After searching for biodegradable dog poo bags for some time, we came across a company called Biobag, and they are legit. The Biobags compost in 10-45 days in a regular compost pile, which is great for feedings plants and other flowers. Although this could be used for your vegetable garden to enrich the soil, we have not been able to cross that barrier put putting the dog waste with our cucumbers. Biobags do come at a premium price which can be hard to swallow for some, but they are a much better option to other bags out there that claim they are biodegradable( plastic grocery store bags are biodegradable too, after 50 years!) So next time you’re looking to make a difference, be sure to keep BioBags in mind. For more information, please visit BioBagUSA.com
No polyethylene is used in the production process.
Naturally, bags made from crops instead of polyethylene is a major advance in environmental technology.
Only GMO free certified crops is used.
Soy-based inks and dyes are CEN certified for restricted use of heavy metals.
DEBIO certified for use in organic agriculture.
Certified by the Biodegradable Products Institute to meet the ASTM D6400 specification. Meets California SB 1749 & 1972 requirements.
Shelf stable, just like paper plates or paper towels. There are no chemical additives to enhance decomposition. The bags biodegrade naturally when expose to the earth’s elements and micro-organisms in the soil.
They “breathe”, which allows heat and moisture to escape or evaporate. This feature reduces bacterial build-up of collected waste, thus reducing odor.
Will decompose in a controlled composting environment in 10-45 days, leaving no harmful residues behind.