Kitchen Trash Bags: 55% Recycled Plastic (16% Post-Consumer 39% Pre-Consumer). Large Trash Bags: 80% Recycled Plastic (24% Post-Consumer 56% Pre-Consumer). Buying products made from recycled plastic helps reduce pollution and saves energy. Available in both kitchen-size drawstring bags and in larger sizes for bigger jobs recycled-content trash bags are more sustainable choice for your home and the planet.
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Rating breakdown23 reviews
21 out of 23(91%)customers recommend this product.
"I support this brand for their philosophy of considering the seventh generation from now in all of our choices, as the Apache Indians. If I can get a bag that reduces my plastic footprint, then I'm happy to do it."
"This is the best "green" plastic trash bag I have tried. As long as you don't constantly pack down your trash in the bin, holes and tears are minimal but there will be tears - and that's a good thing - the bags that have the nylon-triple-decker-reinforced membranes are going to stay intact for decades in a landfill. With a little extra thought and care, you CAN carry your trash from kitchen to trash can without spilling it all over the place (extra emphasis on "thought and care". And that's why you're buying green trash bags in the first place, right?"
"I really had high hopes for these bags because I love Seventh Generation products, but they were terrible. They are very thin, and so when you get ready to take them out to the dumpster/bin, it feels like all of your trash is about to fall through. Also, there are no ties on it, so it is very difficult to try and tie the bag shut."
"We like that these are environmentally conscious products and they are made well. Have never had one break down on us and aren't expensive. Will continue to purchase. So glad Vitacost carries this line."
"These are made environmentally-consciously and are very affordale. They work great in my tall kitchen trash can, and it is a cylinder shape; so they are versatile. I'm so glad VitaCost has Seventh Generation products!"
"I wanted to like these, since they're more earth friendly than regular bags. Just beware that: 1) They don't come with a drawstring so you're back to twist ties, and 2) If you put anything wet in them, they are likely to leak."