Pridegreen Biodegradable 13 Gallon White Draw String Trash Bags, 15-Count
- PrideGreen bags will completely break down in a landfill environment
- Bags will leave no residue or harmful toxins and have a shelf life of 2 years
- Biodegradable trash bags
- Made with green recyclable plastics
- PrideGreen trash can liners will completely break down in a landfill environment
- PrideGreen trash can liners will leave no residue or harmful toxins and have a shelf life of 2 years
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Top Customer Reviews
That being said, this would be ok for something really light capacity (maybe 2 gallons), like for a bathroom if all you're throwing away is Kleenex and Q-tips. But 13 gallon capacity for a kitchen? No way.
*Update* I have ended up buying these again, because I haven't found anything better. But I still don't like them due to it's extreme lack of durability.
Cons: Made in China, which unfortunately makes me a little skeptical about the integrity of the "green" claims made about the product, as well as the fact that importing the bags from China seems pretty eco-unfriendly
I took away one star because the strength and odor control is not as good as regular bags and one star for being made in China.
Look for ASTM D6400 certification on the box.
oxo-biodegradable is not really enviromental safe. The plastic breaks down to particles too small to see but it is still there.
Out of sight, out of mind technology.
Companies that compost trash for use in the yard, are not allowed to use products that do not meet certain standards, even though they are called biodegradable.
This is from Thurston County solid waste in WA State:
What kind of bag should I put in the compost/yard waste bin?
Use compostable bags only (not plastic bags). Compostable bags are made of organic material such as corn. The composting facility accepts only bags that are certified "ASTM D 6400-99." Examples include: BioBags, Al-Pack, Nature Friendly, and EcoSafe. Click here for more information. [...]
I liked them enough that I just bought the larger quantity box.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These perform, for us, just like any other kitchen trash bag i've tried. I'm way more partial to drawstring than just tie close or using a twist tie. Read morePublished on March 5, 2013 by Vik
We have tried different biodegradable bags that dissolve shortly after you start using them. We wanted a bag that we felt good about and fit into our uses. Read morePublished on February 28, 2013 by Paul Wilde-Hickman
Strong bags, and pretty environmentally friendly. Strong as a Glad bag, or stronger, great product! Great for saving the Earth... and your trash.Published on February 22, 2013 by San Diego Dave
The bag did not completely fit my 13 gallon trash can. The seams ripped open in order to fit. The material seemed to be good, there was no breakage or leakage.Published on February 22, 2013 by Elizabeth Woody
My garbage company wouldn't accept these bags and they refused to collect our compost because we used these bags. I would not recommend these bags for compostPublished on January 2, 2013 by tf
Do not buy Pride Green bags. Each one has torn, fallen apart and made a big mess. There are other biodegradable bags out there that are sturdy. Read morePublished on September 28, 2012 by Eric Indiana
I have tried all the different companies that make biodegradable trash bags. Hands down, this is the best performing bag on the market. It is green. Read morePublished on September 19, 2012 by Victoria A. Sawyer
I use these when I shred tons of paper. At least I know they will degrade along with the paper in the landfill.Published on June 4, 2012 by Lisa C