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Green N Pack Dog Waste Litter Bags for Pantries and to Refill Pet Waste Stations


Price: $12.50 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details
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Sold by Green Stuff Only and Fulfilled by Amazon. Gift-wrap available.
200 CT
  • Pet Care and Supplies / Waste Bags
  • Green-n-Pack
  • Size: 200 CT / Selling Unit: Each / Pack: 1
  • UPC: 854347002278 / evoxSku: evox4663
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Green N Pack 200 Dog Waste Bag, Dog Poop Bags (Easy Pull & Easy Tear) + Green N Pack Dog-Waste Refill Bags, Compact Refill Packs, 200 Bags, 10 Rolls (More Bags & Less Waste)" not "200 Bags in a Re-closable Box, (10 Rolls) + Green N Pack 13 Gallon Tall Kitchen Drawstring Bag, Tall Kitchen Trash Liners
Price for all three: $36.48

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Product Details

Size: 200 CT
  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 3 x 8.5 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00FYDG9GM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (201 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,128 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Size: 200 CT

Perfect size for medium-size or just about any regular-size dogs. 8 x 13", tinted green, 200-Count leak proof. Intuitive, easy dispense opening releases just one bag at a time. Keep a roll pack in your car, garage, backyard porch, patio, camper and apartment (recommended). Fit inside pet stations at most parks.

Customer Reviews

These bags are great....very sturdy and of good size.
shannon
I love that the bags are environmentally friendly, as I've been making a conscious effort to be a little more "green".
J. Swindle
I have a 24lb medium size dog and these bags work perfectly to pick up after him.
Responsible_Citizen_of_the _world.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

165 of 173 people found the following review helpful By Yevgenia on March 20, 2012
Size Name: 200 CT
I am very careful in trying to buy the right poo bag to minimize my impact on the environment. Having bought other products at a great price just to find out that they are not truly decompostable, I now take extra time to research each product. I looked at the website for this seller and here's what I found:

California Disclaimer: We do not make any claims regarding our bags in terms of "biodegradable" or "degradable" or "decompostable" or in any way imply that the bags will break down in a landfill to any customer in the State of California. California has a specific ASTM6400 Standard for plastic bags.

It seems to me that BioBag is still the only way to go. It is more expensive, but still way cheaper on amazon than buying it in the store and the quality is very good.

I don't like to be misled as a consumer and I shouldn't have to go Green N Pack website in order to find the right information. I wish Amazon would post correct product description so that people can make educated decisions.
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67 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 4, 2010
Size Name: 200 CT Verified Purchase
We raise guide dog puppies, and have a pet Lab of our own. With two dogs around the house most of the time, effective waste clean-up is a priority. We've tried recycling plastic shopping bags (too large, and they often have holes in them), and purchasing special-purpose dog waste bags from the local pet store (varying quality, not biodegradable, and kind of pricey). The best option we had found so far was dog waste bags from Ikea, which were reasonably priced ($1.99 for 50), but not biodegradable. Unfortunately, Ikea has discontinued the product, so we were back to looking for an acceptable solution. After looking at some of the alternatives (flushable bags, in particular), we decided to try these bags from Green Stuff Only.

Firstly, the price is hard to beat. If you look around, you'll see that it's hard to find bags for much under $.04 a bag. $5.99 for 200 is a very good price, and preferable to ordering thousands of bags to get a comparable price. Secondly, the quality of the bags is good. We're part way into our first box, and so far I have not had any issues separating a bag from the roll (no holes or tears, etc.), and no problem opening the bags. The plastic has that dry/rough feel that you associate with corn-based biodegradable plastic, and is green in colour, but otherwise seems very similar to the Ikea bags that we were using. Finally, the bag is a good size - I can turn it inside out over my large hand, and back again, without any issues. Without being gross, it holds enough.

My main concern was getting a "reliable" bag at a reasonable price, and these certainly fit the bill. The fact that they are biodegradable is an added bonus, although it's debatable whether they will get much chance to degrade when double bagged (per our local waste disposal recommendations) and buried in a landfill. I would definitely recommend these bags to others.
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102 of 121 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth F. Anderson on May 30, 2011
Size Name: 200 CT Verified Purchase
Having read some of the other reviews here, I thought it important to discuss the nature of the plastic that these bags are made from. They are not biodegradable in the usual sense of the term, nor do they claim to be. They are, however, oxo biodegradable, and that's good enough for me. Oxo biodegradable plastic is polyolefin plastic with metal salts added to it. These salts speed up the natural degradation process, allowing the plastic to degrade into microfragments of plastic and metals that will remain in the environment, but in fragments that cannot be seen, shortening the degradation process from hundreds of years to a year or so, which approximates the amount of time that it takes for organic material to compost. Following that, biodegradation will continue to break the material down according to the micro-organisms in the environment. Oxo plastics will not degrade well in a landfill because the levels of oxygen are generally too low, but they will degrade rapidly in a compost pile, or if discarded into an open environment.

I am not an environmentalist in the sense that I favor more stringent government controls and price fixing intended to prevent human beings from living their lives in reasonable comfort, and because environmentalist policies generally work to deprive human beings of their rights and their comforts, while offering very little of value to the environment. However, I do care about the environment. I try to reduce the amount of trash that I contribute to landfills, and have cut by far more than half the volume of stuff that I discard into the regular trash.
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31 of 38 people found the following review helpful By mommyreview on November 18, 2010
Size Name: 200 CT
So, I actually contacted this seller to ask them about the lifespan of these bags and was told I had about 6 months left on them. Had they been bought at their prime they would have lasted 2 years. Well, I purchased them last month and loll and behold they are already falling about into ity bity pieces of plastic. When I contacted them again via email (since no number was given on their website), my complaints went unanswered and they ignored me altogether. In the end, I had to contact Amazon for a refund.
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