BIOBAG Dog Waste Bags

BIOBAG Dog Waste Bags

retains the of getting the first biodegradable and compostable bag in the globe. It is a single of our most well-liked items. Choosing up right after your pet is part of getting a accountable pet owner. In numerous communities, its also the law. We are constantly amazed when pet owners set a hundred% biodegradable into that can consider over to decompose. Now proprietors have a reasonable answer BioBag Canine. in mind, our aim is to assist divert all normally from getting into our landfills. This consists of meals , yard , paper and pet . If any of these things are put in an anaerobic (air-locked) landfill, their normal ability to biodegrade can be severely diminished. in mind, our goal is to help divert all obviously biodegradable waste from entering our landfills. This consists of food waste, yard waste, paper waste and pet waste. If any of these objects are put in an anaerobic (air-locked) landfill, their normal capacity to biodegrade can be seriously diminished.
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    • Palidor19
    • October 5, 2011

    if you bury the bags (with poop) in the backyard, how long will it take to decompose?

    • BioBagUS
    • October 5, 2011

    Dear Palidor19: Too many different types of soil, temperatures, dog poop, etc. to make a general statement on this but I would have to say that it would take 60 days – 6 months, as long as the soil was
    at +72 degrees F. Once it goes below 72 degrees the microbes available decrease and it will naturally take longer. It would be better to create a compost pile for the animal waste as temps of the pile will get upwards of 150 degrees F and compost the material much more rapidly.

    • GeneralLawlessness
    • October 5, 2011

    There’s one huge drawback to biodegradable bags; they have a shelf life.

    Meaning after so many months they SPLIT!

    Not twhat you want to happen to a bag with poop inside. And people do tend to hoard stuff like this.

    Even the non biodegradable bags split, as they’re simply made too thin.

    • BioBagUS
    • October 5, 2011

    GeneralLawLessness: Yes, we recommend that all BioBags be used within 12 months of purchase and are stored in a cool, dry place. Since the bags are created from a compostable polymer and starches of plants, they are meant to last forever.

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