Monday, November 10, 2008

green trash bags!

What happens with your trash bags after they are thrown out with your other trash? Do they sit and rot? Do they sit there and leach chemicals from the plastic into the ground water? How long do they take to decompose? Do they decompose? To solve all these problems and queries try using recyclable or biodegradable trash bags!

BioBag: makes 100% biodegradable and compostable bags, for your trash can and other items. How do they do this? By making bags that are made out of corn. Yes sir-re, corn!

has bags that are made of materials that have “controllable lifecycles.” These materials are commodity polyolefin and synthetic plastics. They are, therefore, biodegradable and compostable.

Natural Value
: has bag products made of 10-20% post-consumer recycled plastic and are PVC and plasticizer-free. The bag boxes are also made from recycled materials.

Seventh Generation: ahhh, Seventh Generation, our trusted friend....makes trash bags from 55% to 80% recycled plastic.

So give these brands a try and let us know which one works the best overall for you!


Small Footprints said...

Great information. Thank you for sharing this and other green facts and tips.

I've linked your blog to mine ... I think everyone can benefit from your site.

Take Care!
Small Footprints

lu-n-am said...

thank you so much! we try to get as much info out there as possible! and thanks for the link, it's really, really appreciated! :)

Earth Jeweler said...

Great website. You gals are doing a great jobs. I'll try to switch to these garbage bags you are talking about

lu-n-am said...

thanks for checking out our blog! We really appreciate it. And give the trash bags a try! :)

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