120 Biodegradable Dog Poop Bags – Eco Vibe
These completely compostable dog poop bags are extra strong and biodegradable!
Compostable to EU and US certification standards, these dog poo bags are made from natural corn starch.
An ideal zero waste and plastic-free alternative for poo bags, these are a much more eco-friendly, no fuss option that is kind on you and the planet!
Many other poop bags are not fully biodegradable but Eco Vibe Dog poop bags are!
- 100% Biodegradable
- Fully compostable poop bags made from natural corn starch
- Extra strong design
- Extra long, 9 x 12 inches
- 120 compostable bags in a pack
- EU & US Certified and tested as safely compostable
120 Biodegradable and compostable plant based dog poo bags
Eco Vibe biodegradable dog poo bags are plant based and made from corn starch, they are compostable and plastic-free.
EU Certified & Tested. Eco Vibe compostable dog poop bags are certified to European directive standards. EN13432. This means they’re safe to compost for home and industrial composting.
US Certified & Tested. These poop bags are also certified and tested to US standards. ASTM D6400. This means they meet the US gold standard for biodegradable and compostable plastic bags.
To compost at home: Just bag up your dog’s poop and add to your compost; No need to open the bag.
These plant based dog poo bags are packaged in a recyclable and compostable card box, no plastic packaging what so ever!
|Dimensions||120 × 75 × 75 mm|
120 Dog Poop Bags
How To Use
To compost at home:
Just bag up your dog’s poop and add to your compost; No need to open the bag.
About Eco Vibe
Eco Vibe started out as friends working together, trying to do their own little bit for the environment and that grew into the business you see today! Their aim is to help people make small changes to everyday life which will eventually have a huge impact and help save the planet.
‘We thought you might like to know a bit more about the people behind EcoVibe…
Gabriela; My journey with zero waste started in 2017 when I’ve watched ‘A Plastic Ocean’ documentary. That was the moment I’ve realised there is no ‘away’, that all the plastic I have ever used is still out there in the landfill or the ocean. Since then I’m always trying new things to reduce my plastic waste as I do believe the fight with plastic starts at home. The changes I’m most proud of are going for DIY cleaning products and reed diffusers!
Elise; I grew up in rural Derbyshire and was very lucky to spend many a summer’s day (and winter’s, for that matter!) hiking across the beautiful Peak District. As I got older, I became more aware of the plastic litter that had started to accumulate in some areas. When I moved to Leeds for uni, the impact of plastic pollution in the city was unmissable and I realised more needed to be done about it.
Danny; It’s virtually impossible not to come into contact with plastic each day, I feel like there is always much more I could do to cut down the amount I use. It’s easy to forget how much damage we do to the planet, and it seems plastic is still something which is getting overlooked by most of the population.
Small steps can have a huge impact. Which is why we love working with companies that share the same values when it comes to taking care of the planet!