LITTLE GREEN DOG COMPOSTABLE POOP BAGS
Little Green Dog provides New Zealand dog owners with a truly green alternative
Little Green Dog Poop Bags are fully biodegradable, 100%-compostable, plant-based bags. So you can clean up after your dog and care for the environment at the same time.
Features / Highlights
– Extra strong & extra thick
– Leak proof & large (32cm x 22cm)
– Plant based and will not degrade into microplastics
– Home compost certified
60 Pack = 5 rolls of 12 bags
120 Pack = 10 rolls of 12 bags
HOW THICK ARE THESE BAGS?
Our bags are some of the thickest available at 20μm
WHAT ARE LITTLE GREEN DOG BAGS MADE FROM?
Most dog bags contain polyethylene, but our alternative is made from PLA, PBAT, and glycerin. That’s it: a fully
biodegradable, 100%-home compostable material, so you can clean up after your pup without sh*tting on the
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DEGRADABLE/BIODEGRADABLE PLASTIC AND COMPOSTABLE?
For most bags in New Zealand, ’degradable/biodegradable’ means plastic with a degradable agent added.
The agent breaks down in a few months but can leave behind millions of tiny bits of plastic known as microplastics
that have a not-very-green habit of landing themselves in waterways and most definitely sh*tting
on the environment. Little Green Dog bags are not degradable plastic, they are a plant-based compostable
ARE THESE HOME COMPOSTABLE OR JUST COMMERCIALLY COMPOSTABLE? WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?
Little Green Dog is the first NZ company to produce certified home compostable plant-based poop bags.
Being home compost-certified is a much more difficult status to attain, as the product has to break down in a
more natural backyard compost setting. Home-compostable products are generally made from thinner materials,
usually require somewhere around 20°C to 30°C to break down, and they’re given a longer time period to
do so (usually 90% degradation in 365 days).
WHAT CERTIFICATION DO YOU HAVE FOR THESE BAGS?
We hold the Seedling certification under EN13432 for general compostability, registration number 7P2277 and
TUV Home Compost certification S1069.
HOW SHOULD PEOPLE DISPOSE OF THEM?
Composting your pet’s poop bags at home is a great way to independently close the waste loop. The best option
is to keep a second compost bin at home which is separate from your main compost and is only applied
to non-edible crops like flower gardens etc
60 Pack, 120 Pack
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