Beco Unscented Compostable Poop Bags with Handles - 96 pack


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Extra large and thick, these Beco Unscented Compostable Poop Bags will protect your hands and cater for all poop sizes. Each roll of bags comes on a recycled cardboard core and fits in most standard dispensers. Meeting both ASTM D6400 and EN13432 standards for compostability, the best way to dispose of these bags is in a well-managed contained home compost for non-edible plants only. 

These home compostable dog poop bags are made from cornstarch, a plant-based material, and PBAT. When added to a well-managed compost heap, they will completely biodegrade into the natural elements they once started their starchy life as, leaving no trace.


  • Certified Home Compostable
  • Made from a plant based material
  • Unscented
  • Big and strong poop bags
  • Extra large and extra thick, they cater for almost all poop sizes and will break down once disposed of. 
  • Beco Bags have a recycled cardboard core and fit all standard bag dispensers.

CONTENTS: 96 bags

BAG SIZE: Approx: W18 x D33cm


These poop bags are home compostable. They are OK Compost TUV Home S0329, ASTM 6400 and EN13432 certified.

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Feeding Guide

Can I compost dog poop at home? 
Yes, your dog's poop can be composted safely and used to fertilise ornamental plants, no edibles please. Below is Beco's step-by-step guide to ensure you are composting as safely as possible.

  1.  Neutralise with sawdust: In your composter, you should have 1 part sawdust and 2 parts dog waste.
    The carbon in the sawdust offsets the nitrogen rich dog poop. Naturally creating the optimum conditions for composting.
  2. Cover in a sunny spot: Cover your pile with a dark sheet of non-absorbent material or composter lid.
    This will help to absorb the heat from the sun and lock in the warmth, helping to kill the harmful bacteria.
  3. Turn weekly: Turn your compost weekly and check the temperature with a thermometer.
    Your compost must reach 73°C for 5 days to kill the bacteria in your dog's poop.
  4. Good to go: Roughly four to six weeks later your crumbly compost will be ready to feed your non-edible plants.
    From dog poop to daisies in no time. Enjoy.