Environmentally friendly dog poop bags made from maize starch, biodegradable and extra tear resistant, using a particularly thick and flexible material and useful handles.
These Biodegradable Dog Poop Bags with Handles are hygienic, handy and, above all, environmentally friendly. The odour-free bags are made from maize starch, a biodegradable material
that meets European compostability requirements (EN12432).
Thanks to the thick, flexible material
, these Biodegradable Dog Poop Bags with Handles are particularly resistant to tears, so they are easy to use and carry to the nearest dog poop bin.
The Biodegradable Dog Poop Bags with Handles also feature handles
, which are ideal for fastening the bags. A clean, easy way to clean up after your dog – that also looks after the environment!
Biodegradable Dog Poop Bags with Handles at a glance:
How to use:
- 50 poop bags for proper disposal of dog waste
- Environmentally friendly: made from sustainable maize starch
- Biodegradable and compostable: bags meet European compostability standards (EN13432)
- Thick, flexible material: extra tear-resistant
- With handles: for easier sealing of the bag
- Cardboard packaging: recyclable, kind to the environment and with practical opening for getting the bags out
- Fun design: opaque bags with cute dog and bone prints
- Particularly large due to the side fold: also suitable for larger dog breeds
- Colour: black with grey prints
- Material: biodegradable plastic
- Material thickness: 20µm/layer
- Bag without handle: 27 x 16 cm (L x W)
- With opened side folds: 27 x 27 cm (L x W)
- Handle length: 13cm
- Material thickness: 20µ each side
- Packaging: 22 x 17.5 x 2 cm (L x W x H)
- Contents: 50 bags
Place the poop bag over your hand, pick up your dog’s waste, then pull the bag inside out back over your hand and over the stool. Seal using the practical handles and dispose of in a suitable dog waste bin.
Please do not throw these biodegradable dog poop bags away outside. In industrial composting plants these bio-plastics are decomposed by micro-organisms or fungi according to DIN EN13432 within 90 days.