Free sample of our compostable poo bags
Just pay £0.99 to cover the shipping and receive 4 poo bags:
1 x Pink with handles
1 x Grey with handles
1 x Pink, no handles (larger bag and comes on a roll when bought in a pack)
1 x Grey, no handles (larger bag and comes on a roll when bought in a pack)
Try before you buy with this sample pack.
Limited to a maximum of 2 per customer
Make sure to choose “sample shipping” during checkout
No, the bags are not flushable, they will clog the plumbing, do not flush the used bags.
Our bags are made 100% from plants:
All of which are completely plant-based materials and certified to EN13432 standards to be 100% compostable. Our bags are all natural and contain no nasty additives. The corn that is used in the process to make these bags is the “spoilt” corn which is dropped on the factory floors and inedible.
Our poo bags are extra strong… to prove this, we tested the bags with a house brick!
At 3.5KG in weight, the bag performed extremely well under this weight.
The bags are 20 microns thick, which is currently the thickest on the market. Most cheaper alternatives are only 15-18 microns thick.
Yes, you can dispose of them in the regular garbage. However, it’s always better to use a disposal method that will not go to landfill. A local compost collection bin or a specific bin for dog waste disposal is ideal. Landfill sites will slow the process of decomposition so it’s much better for the environment to avoid placing compostable waste in landfill.
The best way to do this is through composting. However, you cannot use this compost for any edible plants. You can also speak to your local council about what industrial composters are in the area and if they accept dog waste. A third option is to use a dog poo wormery to compost the dog poo for use on all non-edible plants.
Adios Plastic bags will decompose into water, carbon dioxide and biomass in approximately 90-180 days – when placed into a composting environment or compost system. No harmful chemicals are released into the environment during this process.
There is primarily 3 different types of dog poo bags available to customers:
They will be packaged in different ways and make different claims, but ultimately they come down to the following 3 types:
I hope that has answered the question of why they cost more and what it is we are selling.
The bags are 20 microns thick, to give you an idea, most bags on the market are 15 – 18 microns thick. We provide the thickest bags on the market to stop any nasty accidents!
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