Biodegradable Compostable Poop Bags (50 bags)
Biodegradable Compostable Poop Bags (50 bags)

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Biodegradable Compostable Poop Bags (50 bags)

£4.10

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We currently have 6 in stock.

Free Returns. Free UK Delivery (£20+)

Product Description

From Ecovibe
  • Compostable & 100% Biodegradable
  • 100% plant material (made from cornstarch)BPA Free
  • 50 bags per box (2 Rolls)
  • Super strong and durable
  • Cruelty free
  • Vegan
  • Plastic free
  • Dark, to hide any unpleasant sights!
  • Handy, pocket-size rolls (25 bags each)
  • EU Certified & tested fully compostable, EN13432
  • Low carbon footprint - made with renewable electricity
  • Suitable for industrial composting or dispose of as you would any other poo bag

5-star rated compostable poo bags you can trust.

These plant-based poo bags are EU certified (EN13432) 100% biodegradable and compostable, unlike many bags on the market. They’re made from all-natural, renewable corn starch and plant oils which are EU grown and use no palm or soya, no virgin soil or deforestation.

WHY SWAP TO THESE BAGS?

Around 8 billion dog poo bags are used and disposed of each year – that’s a huge amount! Traditional plastic bags (and others marketed as ‘degradable’) could take many years to decompose, and when they do, they simply turn into micro-plastics which contaminate the environment.

Swapping to these compostable bags would be a simple and sustainable way to reduce your plastic footprint. If for any reason a compostable bag escapes into the environment. It will biodegrade slowly depending on how much oxygen is around, just like a twig does.

Even if the bags are sent to landfill, they will break down in the same way as any other plant material. If the bags are incinerated, they will leave no trace behind, unlike plastic bags which release toxic chemicals into the atmosphere.

You’ve already helped us remove over half a million plastic poo bags from circulation – let’s keep going and reduce the plastic problem.