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Load image into Gallery viewer, Bio Bag, The Original Compostable Bag, Kitchen Food Scrap Bags, Non Gmo, 3 Gallon, 100 Count
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Load image into Gallery viewer, Bio Bag, The Original Compostable Bag, Kitchen Food Scrap Bags, Non Gmo, 3 Gallon, 100 Count
Load image into Gallery viewer, Bio Bag, The Original Compostable Bag, Kitchen Food Scrap Bags, Non Gmo, 3 Gallon, 100 Count
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Bio Bag, The Original Compostable Bag, Kitchen Food Scrap Bags, Non Gmo, 3 Gallon, 100 Count

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Description

  • SIZE 3 GALLON: Contains 100 Compostable BioBags, 3 Gallon Size , 16.9" x 17.7", 0.64 mil
  • DURABLE COMPOSTABLE SOLUTION: Star sealed BioBag composting bags are gathered at the bottom for extra strength
  • HIGHEST BIOBASED CONTENT: BioBags are made from the starches of plants, vegetable oils and fully compostable polymers
  • GUARANTEED TO FIT YOUR BIN: BioBag Food Waste Bags fit most kitchen countertop composting pails and keeps buckets clean
  • CERTIFIED IN U.S & EUROPE: Certified compostable by the Biodegradable Products Institute to meet the ASTM D6400 standard and meets European EN 13432
  • BACKYARD/HOME COMPOSTING: BioBag products are also certified by OK Compost HOME for disposal in home backyard compost settings
  • NON GMO PRODUCT VERTIFIED - BioBag Products met strict criteria for GMO avoidance to achieve this verification

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Customer Reviews

Excellent bags. Fits into our kitchen bin perfectlyExcellent bags. Fits into our kitchen bin perfectly. Does what it should. No negative experiences with the bags failing. However our kitchen garbage is dry. We filter out the food stuff into compostables. Could be the reason some people are having trouble. For us these work well. We use one per week or so of these.We also use the 3 gallon size for our cat litter waste. Works well there, though the moisture there negatively affects the life of the bag. We change those bins more frequently.Overall great product regardless of the size. 5A CAUTIONARY TALE...These are green, bio degradable trash bags. New York City now requires one to put food scraps, leaves, or yard cuttings in these bags in order to direct sanitation workers that this garbage is to be used as compost. While there is no issue with leaves or yard cuttings in these bags, when it comes to foods scraps there is, which is why I do not care for these bags, though I understand and concur with the need for their usage.Apparently, because the bags are bio degradable, if food is in there for a while, for whatever reason, the food starts eating through it somehow, causing leaks in the bag. So, one needs to be careful. To avoid a mess, I now line my kitchen food scrap receptacle with a regular plastic bag, then I put in this green, biodegradable bag. When it is filled with food scraps and I am ready to remove it, I put it into yet another green biodegradable bag, in effect doubling up and avoiding messy leaks and spills due to the decomposition of the original bio degradable bag. Then I tie it up and put it out for sanitation. Problem solved. 3Good Option for Compost BagsWe have regular compost pick-up with our garbage and were looking at ways of creating a system to easily store and bring out the compost. We tried a few different brands of compost bags but ultimately settled on the BioBag with a three-compartment trash can (one for garbage, one for compost, and one for recycling). The bags fit really well into a smaller can and it's nice to know that they are compostable, so we can use them for other garbage-related needs in addition to our compost.The drawback is the durability of the bags. Fortunately, our compost can is removable, so we don't need to take the bag out of the bin until we are right next to the larger receptacle, but numerous bags have ripped under minimal wear. This has created some large messes (coffee grounds spilling everywhere is never fun). Now, I make sure that nothing is ever stuffed in the bags and that they don't weigh too much, that seems to mitigate some of the problems. The other issue has been that sometimes there appears to be a weak point in the bags, where even a slight amount of pressure (like shaking a new bag out before putting it in the bin) will tear the side of the bag.Overall, I do like the bags, despite the issues; and, in the absence of finding a sturdier product, would recommend them, but give a word of caution for the durability. 4Compost bags break down and leak after only a few days with food waste in them. Not Good!Like all the other 1 star reviews, I too got suckered into buying this bulk pack of 3 gallon compost bags. I am so dissatisfied with them as they break down and leak after a few days and make a mess in the plastic garbage bin. I was thinking that maybe the seller sold us some old expired bags that are disintergrating at end of life span? But I see so many other complaints about the same problem. 1Seams split easily, can't hold much weightI like that it breaks down, as it should, but they are soooo weak, falling apart whenever i carry waste to the bin. I have to cradle them with 2 arms so that nothing falls out the bottom. The seams are ridiculously weak. I can't stand these bags. 1pricey, but good for the conscienceOkay, they CAN leak and the CAN tear. However, I have found these problems are pretty easy to avoid. I use these only in the kitchen. Don't put a lot of wet material in the garbage, especially when you first start a new bag. I let the coffee grinds in the filter dry during the day, then dump it out in the evening, that sort of thing. I haven't had one of these rip in several years, using roughly a bag a week. If it looks like it's leaking, I just take a little more care taking it outside, then rinse out the kitchen waste container. It's worth a little extra effort to avoid using a bag that will keep my garbage nicely isolated from everything else in the landfill for the next 1000 years. 4These bags are a bit too large for a 1 ...These bags are a bit too large for a 1 gallon counter-top compost bin, but it was the closest I could find that was certified compostable. I really wish it came in a smaller size. It starts to break down within a couple of days of use, especially if any of the compost is damp, so I have to empty the bin every couple of days. Over the past month, I have tossed several of these bags into my compost bin outside, and while it is definitely showing signs of breaking down, there are shreds of green bag throughout my compost bin. I am hoping that it will break down more thoroughly by next spring when I will be using my new batch of compost on my garden. 4Poor Quality ControlI had been using these for about 5 years until my most recent shipment. About half of the bags of the recent shipment were melted together in the same place about midway down the bag. Interestingly, the bags melted together were randpomly dispersed in the pack. I no longer use these bags. My tolerance for poor quality control of products I spend my hard-earned money has grown to zero in recent months. 1so I wish I could give these a better review. The major problem I have is that ...Very few true compostable bags are available, so I wish I could give these a better review. The major problem I have is that they tear very easily and have more than once had the bottom of the bag tear out, dumping food waste all over the floor or in my trash can. I did resolve this somewhat by doubling up the bags, but this is an expensive solution. The other problem I have is that I really need to stretch the top of the bag more than other 13g bags to fit over my trash can. I've tried many other (non-compostable) 13 gal bags on the same trash can and never had this problem. It does weaken the bag at the top, but I never actually have the bag fail at the top due to overstretching since I'm very careful to not rip it. The bag only fails at the bottom when over half full of food waste, which typically can be heavier than 'normal' trash. I am going to continue to use these since I can't find other 13GAL truly compostable bags, but I do wish they were made of thicker material and were slightly bigger at the mouth of the bag. 3Perfect for the compostable householdThese work well as long as you are sure to rinse out all food waste and minimize moisture dropped into the trash. They break down QUICKLY, which is bittersweet. Obviously, these bags were created to break down in landfills to minimize the amount of petro-chemical/plastic products filling up our local pits. The ability to breakdown is what I'm going for...and some products tend to take waaaaay too long to do so. I LOVE the fact these breakdown quickly. The onus is on the purchaser to adapt their refuse workflow to the product. Our family composts, does not eat dairy and only minimal meat products. This immensely limits the amount of non-recyclable or compostable waste we drop into the trash. Given this, we take about 7-10 days to fill one of these bags with a family of 5. I would say the bag starts to break down (due to moisture added with the waste) in 4-5 days. I've been diligent to move up our time table to taking out the waste every 4-5 days and have been pretty good. There was one occurrence of the bag breaking down extremely quickly (2 days) but this was due to thanksgiving guests not familiar with our workflow and dropping food into the waste-bin. Uncool, but I can't blame them for not knowing our needs and wants for the environment.I think the only thing I would want for these bags (thus the 4 star review) would be to redesign the top to have tie tabs. Not a drawstring, but just that curved shape to help users with 4 tie down spots. 4
Bio Bag, The Original Compostable Bag, Kitchen Food Scrap Bags, Non Gmo, 3 Gallon, 100 Count

Bio Bag, The Original Compostable Bag, Kitchen Food Scrap Bags, Non Gmo, 3 Gallon, 100 Count

4.0
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€59,00
Sale price
€59,00
Regular price
€96,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€37,00)