Norpro 85 Recyclable Bags, 50 pcs
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- Recyclable and Reusable
- Use for food scraps, peelings, egg shells, coffee grounds and other waste
- Liners help to maintain the cleanliness for your compost pail
- Perfect for taking with you when you walk your pets too
- Each bag is 6 liters, .65 mil, measures 14"/35cm X 14"/35
- Fits most keepers and pails
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This product is legal but inappropriate. Do you want to go green? Get rid of plastics. (If you don't want to stop using the bags you have left, at least recycle them, don't put them in your compost.)
The up side to these bags is that they are sturdy and that they are a perfect fit for the counter-top compost pail. The down side is that I guess they're intended to be thrown in the trash.
All of our holiday composting was left for us on the curb by our recyclers/waste folks.
Solution = to empty the contents into REAL biodegradable bags and carry on.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wish I would have read the disruption more clearly. Was looking for biodegradable/compostable bags. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Kelsey Waddell
I don't think these bags are made for composting, though the picture looks like that's their purpose. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Heather Jacobs
Love these bags, but empty often if you put wet products in the scrap bin. They are biodegradable, and will start to degrade if overly wet.Published 28 days ago by Bonnie Serrett
Deceptive. Shows a compost container, but absolutely NOT compostable. Sneaky advertising and not appreciated!!Published 1 month ago by Julia