Disposal Bags
Fully biodegradable - 50ct
Disposal Bags
Fully biodegradable - 50ct
4.99 USD

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About the Product
  • 100% independent certification of compostability by AB Vincotte

  • Natural cornstarch film

  • Easy to use

  • Decrease your carbon footprint together with our diapers

Product Description

By using these completely independently certified compostable disposal bags together with our Eco by Naty diapers, you will decrease your carbon footprint significantly while keeping the high performance of conventional diapers. Since the bags are made of natural cornstarch film only, you can’t really go any greener than this. Especially if you compare the environmental benefits of cornstarch film to those of conventional plastic (clue: there are none).

How to use

The bags come packaged in a roll inside of a cardboard box, so make sure to open the box along the perforation to ensure smooth handling of the bags. When changing your baby, roll out a bag, tear it off along the perforation and put the dirty diaper inside of it. Seal carefully and dispose of in a bin or compost. Do remember that in order to be as eco-friendly as possible, the contents should be as renewable as the bag

Independent Certification

Our line is certified by Vincotte. Vincotte is an independent, internationally regarded certification organization that specializes in analyzing the renewability of raw materials. It is also one of the few certification bodies in the world that applies both European and North American standards.

Eco by Naty is also the first brand globally to be independently certified for the renewability of its products in accordance with ASTM D6866. ASTM is a non-profit that provides a forum for developing and publishing international consensus standards for materials, products, systems and services. The volunteer members represent producers, users, consumers, government, and academia from more than 140 countries