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Collect your food scraps and organic waste in your compost collector using these handy bags. Strong enough not to tear, but natural enough to break down in a proper composting environment. Using bags keeps your compost pail clean and frees up time for doing better things - like tending to your new organic garden!
- Certified compostable
- Fits any compost pail
- When used with the Fresh Air kitchen compost collector, can reduce bacteria and odor normally associated with compost pails.
- 25 bags
When used with the Fresh Air Kitchen Compost Collector the compostable bags can "breathe". This allows heat and moisture to escape, which reduces bacteria build-up and off-gassing, thus reducing odor.
Bags are certified to meet ASTM D6400 standards. This means they will break down in an industrial composting facility. Please dispose of bags properly. Bags may take more time to degrade in a home composting environment.
Compostable bags are designed to degrade like the food they contain. While our bags are built tough, the degradation process begins when they come into contact with organic materials such as food waste, continuing to break down with time. When disposing of a full bag, be sure to support the base to ensure the bag does not rip. Bag degradation will vary in relation to room temperature. During normal usage, you should replace your bags every 3-5 days.
This product is shipped from one of our warehouses in Northern California. Orders placed after 12 p.m. will typically ship the following business day. To see an estimate of our delivery times, click here.
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- Very fragile. They rip quite easily, 3/1/2014