- Reusable bags that once discarded to a landfill, will be consumed by bacteria and biodegrade away over a few years.
- A landfill-biodegradable ziplock bag is a much better choice than a non-biodegradable bag. This is because the non-biodegradable bag acts like a barrier and prevents microorganisms from entering and breaking down the contents of the bag when disposed of in a landfill
- Worldwide billions of plastic bags are discarded to landfills each year where they will unfortunately remain for hundreds of years. We can prevent this problem from getting worse by using landfill-biodegradable bags. If we all switched to using landfill-biodegradable plastic bags, it would ensure the bags are gone and not left for future generations to deal with
- These ziplock bags be digested away by natural microorganisms after disposal to a landfill, allowing the contents inside to breakdown