Green Genius Biodegradable Large Trash Bags, Drawstring - 30 Gallon 15 Count
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- Proven to Biodegrade under Active Landfill Conditions (typically within 1 to 10 years)
- Ridiculously Strong - Same Puncture Resistance as Leading Brands
- Priced Comparably to National Brands
- Made with 40% Recycled Plastic
- Easy-To-Use Drawstrings
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Top Customer Reviews
My husband and I like the bags very much, and have had absolutely no issues with them at all. We stopped using plastic bags years ago for various reasons (Glad and all the others), but found this brand to be a great alternative. Really like the idea of them being biodegradable.
**Fabulous. Some web research has shown that these bags have been discontinued. So much for that.
5-stars because they are the best biodegradable i have used. 4 if i was comparing them to "conventional" bags I have used before.
Amazon doesn't carry the drawstring 13 gallon kitchen bags, but, those are great too!
They are not as strong as regular plastic bags- so if you think they should be- then get regular plastic bags rather than buying these then complaining that they aren't as strong.
The only complaint I have is that Green Genius is no longer making these bags and they're hard to find now. Bummer. They're great bags!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
works great, strong and able to hold animal waste. Used for our dog day care and waste pick up dailyPublished on April 6, 2013 by linda lee mobley
I really liked using biodegradable trash bags. However, I heard that this company went out of business. It was sued by the state of California.Published on January 15, 2013 by R. Moy
These are the strongest biodegradable bags I've found, but I can't find them on amazon for a reasonable price consistently.Published on October 16, 2011 by Cathleen M. Jones
These bags are even weaker than regular plastic bags. Complete waste of money.
Don't buy these. You'll be disappointed. Read more
What is the science behind this bag? Never heard of ecopure? sounds fishy. They also broke when i used them.Published on November 18, 2010 by Nature Sense