POOFBAG 120 bags. 8 coreless rolls of 15 bags each.
POOFBAG is a certified home compostable dog waste bag, that is 100% biodegradable, plastic free, chemical free. Even the ink used on the bags is derived from plants!
POOFBAG is made by a trusted US manufacturer in Lake Forest, California.
All natural, even smells like popcorn! Will biodegrade in compost or trash within 3 to 6 months (instead of 500 years!).
NOT ALL POOP BAGS ARE CREATED EQUAL!
The market is flooded with false eco friendly claims of biodegradable bags, even if it takes 500 years for them to biodegrade!
This biodegradable bag meets the highest compost standards: European EU 13432, TUV Austria OK Compost for Industrial, Home and Marine, BNQ of Quebec, USDA Biobased, and Compost Manufacturing Alliance.
- Made from Non GMO corn & vegetable oils
Made in USA
US Certified Biobased product
- TUV Austria (EN 13432) Certified Industrial Compostable
- TUV Certified Home Compostable
- Non PLA/Non-PE
- Not made form Oxo-degradable material
- Chemical Free
- Leak Proof
- Weight capacity 4.4 lbs
- 12 to 18 month shelf life
- Store in a cool, dry place
- Ink on bags derived from plants
- Coreless rolls to reduce waste, they work best in dispensers without an inner guide
Poofbag's main material mix has been lab tested and certified by the following third-party organizations:
United States Department of Agriculture’s Certified USDA Biobased Product
European Standards EN 13432 – TUV Austria Industrial Compostable Product
European Standards EN 13432 – TUV Austria Home Compostable Product
Canada’s Bureau de Normalisation du Quebec Certified Product
Compost Manufacturer’s Alliance Certified Product
BPI’s ASTM D6400 Compliant Product
If you choose to compost, create a pit dedicated only to pup poo, or purchase a dog waste compost bin from a pet or garden store, which is designed specifically for this purpose. A third option (if you’re not squeamish) is to vermicompost, or add worms to the poop pile. They’ll feed off the waste and do the composting for you. The biodegradable bags will break down, resulting in nutrient-rich soil for gardens. One important thing to note is that dog compost should not be added to edible gardens—like fruit and vegetable plants—to prevent bacteria from being ingested.