Our plastics are designed to be composted. Once the product has been used, we suggest that it be put into a backyard composter, or taken to a local facility that has a bio-solid composter. If there is no compost facility or anaerobic digester in your area, you may be able to work with your municipality, or waste disposal company, to help develop this infrastructure.
We continually promote the movement toward “Zero Waste to Landfill”, and want to inform people that biological materials such as dog waste do not need to end up in the trash bin. However, we understand that composting is not available or viable for everyone.
Even when disposed of at a traditional landfill, our plastics are still the better choice, because our products will break down into an energy-rich biogas in a short amount of time, unlike other plastics, which take centuries to break down in anaerobic digestion (meaning “without oxygen”).