Trash Bags Made from Recycled Plastics but... So it's great that a lot of the "green" trashbags are made from recycled plastics, but if they are not biodegradable, aren't we still adding more trash bags to the landfill? I haven't quite figured out how I should think about these "green" trashbags. Any ideas?
asked by JHP on July 10, 2008
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Things are not supposed to biodegrade in landfills. Biodegradable bags are useful only if your city composts.
Mega answered on January 8, 2015
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+++UPDATE-all the "green bags" are overpriced and tear easily....including pro green and 7th gen bags...I am going back to Glad or Hefty trash bags.
HYATT - AMAZON BUYER answered on March 21, 2010
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I ordered the pro green 13 gallon bags and they tear esaily and expensive too....I choose the 7th gen bags and will give them a try. My fav is glad or hefty draw string.
HYATT - AMAZON BUYER answered on March 2, 2009
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