Small garbage bags, drawstring, 30-Count
These bags are made with 20% pre-consumer recycled plastic and 80% controlled-life virgin plastic to give you a more sustainable choice for your home and the planet as well.
• More sustainable Choice than trash bags from 100% virgin plastic
• 20% post-industrial recycled materials
• Convenient easy-open closure or drawstring
• Green N Pack bags can be collected in the main polyolefin waste stream for recycling and are fully compatible with regular polyolefins.
Our 4 Gallon Small Garbage Bags are made with 20% pre-consumer recycled plastic and 80% controlled-life virgin plastic to give you a more sustainable choice for your home and the planet as well.
- More sustainable Choice than trash bags from 100% virgin plastic
- 20% post-industrial recycled materials
- Convenient easy-open closure or drawstring
DO YOU KNOW?
If every household in the U.S. replaced just one package of 30 count trash bags made from virgin plastic with 20% recycled plastic ones, we could save: 3000,000 cubic feet of landfill space, equal to 400 garbage trucks, and avoid 6,000 tons of air pollution! Moreover, by using controlled-life plastic technology, you are making sure these bags won't create further pollution to the earth if they mistakenly be littered in the open environment - this is just like you purchase an life insurance for your bags for everyday mess.
SIZES & DETAILS
(W)18 x (L)18 in （45.7 x 45.7cm）
80% Controlled-life HDPE material + 20% Post-industrial HDPE
Designed in USA. Responsibly and carefully made in China.
We guarantee your complete satisfaction!
These bags are packaged in a box made from recycled materials and the small grab 'n go tissue style box format is great for added convenience if you do not have a big space for bigger box - this acts as the perfect dispenser.
These bags fit just about every small bin and basket in the house.
- Strong and sturdy to avoid messy trash disasters
- Perfect for smaller trash cans and everyday use
Our green-colored bags contain an oxo-degradable additive, which help our bags break down unlike regular plastic bags that last for hundreds years. However, due to the updated U.S. Federal Trade Commission regulations, as applied to our industry, these bags cannot meet the regulatory definition of "biodegradable" as they cannot be proven to break down within a regulated time frame in every type of landfill or compost environment.