3 Gallon Compost Bin Bags

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Repurpose 3 Gallon Compost Bin Bags
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3 Gallon Compost Bin Bags

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Who said leaks have to be a thing? Sealed at the bottom to keep mysterious juices from exiting, these compostable kitchen bags help prevent trash day fiascos.
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Ah, trash day. It’s the day where you smell the smelly smells and your fingers will most likely touch strange liquid dripping from the trash bag. Please, kiss those days goodbye. Star-sealed at the bottom and made from compostable materials, these small bin bags prevent leakage while helping to reduce your carbon footprint. Who can pass that up?

Repurpose makes their tableware out of plant-based and compostable materials.
Made from compostable materials, Made from plants (includes a mix of corn, cassava, sugarcane, and beets)

The box is curbside recyclable, and the bags are home or industrially compostable. Find a compost location near you at www.findacomposter.com.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.

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How it does good

Plants over plastic

Humanity produces nearly the weight of the entire population in plastic annually. Since their launch in 2010, Repurpose has kept 3,531,805 lbs (and counting) of waste out of landfills. Made with plant-based materials that fully break down, their reusable tableware is showing everyday items their greenest potential. Practicing a closed-loop sustainability, their products can be composted to help grow the plant-based materials later used to make future products.

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