Bestselling Yard Waste Bags in 2020
Muscle Bag - 55 Gallon 1.5Mil Trash Bags, Individually Folded, 50 per case, Perforated Top for Easy Dispensing, Coex Plastic, 55gal Garbage Bags
- Our bags are NOT on a roll. Each bag is folded like a tissue in a tissue box, allowing for easy & sensible dispensing.
- We Guarantee Our Bags (If you're not satisfied, we will refund you no questions asked)
- Superior Strength (Up to 3x Stronger than our competitors)
- 55 gallon Bags , 55"x36" wide bags. 1.5 mil thickeness
- Proudly Made in the USA
7Penn Garden Bag, Leaf Bag – Reusable Yard Waste Bag, Garden Trash Container – Square 36” Inch Outdoor Duffle Bag
Gardzen 3-Pack 72 Gallons Garden Bag - Reuseable Heavy Duty Gardening Bags, Lawn Pool Garden Leaf Waste Bag
Bagster 3CUYD Dumpster in a Bag
- COLLECTION SERVICE NOT AVAILABLE IN ALL AREAS. Please visit thebagster.com for more details
- Fee varies by market and is paid to Waste Management at time of collection
- On-demand debris or waste removal solution that is cost effective and convenient
- Dumpster In A Bag
- Holds Up To 3,300 LB Of Debris Or Waste
- 3 CUYD Capacity
- 100% Virgin Polypropylene
Hefty Ultra Strong Large 30 Gallon Trash Bags - Multipurpose - Drawstring - 25 Count
- Versatile and heavy-duty, Hefty's strongest 30-gallon drawstring bag is the go-to trash bag for extra-large kitchen cans or big clean-up jobs throughtout the home, yard and garage.
- Triple Action Technology allows bag to stretch, providing improved strength and superior resistance to punctures, tears, and leaks.
- Dependable drawstring closure, large 30-gallon size, and thicker gauge plastic make these bags ideal for heavy trash loads as well as storing and carrying seasonal items and donations.
- Every package includes one Box Top to help you earn cash for your school.
- Package contains 25 unscented, black, 30-gallon, large drawstring trash bags, 1.05 Mil
Fiskars Kangaroo Collapsible Container, 30gal
- Ideal for collecting weeds, grass clippings, other types of yard waste or even toys or laundry off the clothesline
- Folds to 3 inch for space-saving storage
- Internal spring pops it up for use
- Dimensions: 1.25Lenght x 22.8Width x 23.75Hight
- Lifetime warranty
BioBag Premium Compostable Lawn & Leaf Yard Waste Bags, 33 Gallon, 60 Count
- Contains 12 boxes of 5, 33 gallon yard waste bags
- Breathable which reduces moisture, mildew and odors
- Hold up better in wet weather than paper bags. Great for leaves
- Certified Compostable by the Biodegradable Products Institute and meet the US Standard ASTM D6400
Gardzen 2-Pack Large Yard Dustpan-Type Garden Bag for Collecting Leaves - Reuseable Heavy Duty Gardening Bags, Lawn Pool Garden Leaf Waste Bag - 53 Gallon Per Bag
Amatory Garden Lawn Leaf Yard Waste Bag Container Tote Gardening Trash Reusable Heavy Duty Military Canvas Fabric 33 Gallon (Green)
- Multipurpose - This reusable yard waste bag makes it easy to clean up your garden or yard. In addition, it can help you to harvest fruits, vegetables and other crops. You can even use it as a large home storage bag or a organizer bag for camping.
- Heavy Duty - The gardening bag is a reusable heavy duty garden bag. You can use it as a lawn bag, leaf bag, or a reusable garden waste bag. It can withstand those heavy items.
- Strong and Durable - The garden bag is made of military canvas fabric. The fabric is very strong and durable. This heavy duty garden trash bag will last a long time even in the harsh environment.
- Convenient to Use - A pair of rubber handles makes it more comfortable when carrying. The carrying straps are specially strengthened and not easy to be torn. A PVC elastic bone is used to keep it round and convenient to use.
- Money Back Guarantee - 30-day Money Back Guarantee! 100% Replacement for defective items! If you are not satisfied, please send a mail to the seller.
A Compost Bin Creates Rich Organic Material for Your Garden
A compost bin creates rich organic material as the waste materials are allowed to breakdown. By using a compost bin you have a designated place to use kitchen and yard waste to form a beneficial and useful resource.
My husband and I decided to purchase a compost bin. The lightweight bin has four sides that slide and snap into place and a hinged top cover. The compost bin may be emptied, cleaned and stored or moved to another location. Assembly took only minutes. The bin is open on the bottom. Each side has a small sliding door on the bottom which can be used to scoop the compost from the bin. The top is hinged so that it can be fully opened for easy loading. The sides of the bin are slotted for circulation. We decided to place concrete pavers in front of each of the sliding doors to make scooping the compost easier and to ensure that we will not be removing too much soil around the bin in the process. We filled the areas between the pavers and around the bottom of the bin with pea gravel.
I began to save as much waste organic material from my kitchen as I could. I designated a large, empty, plastic coffee container as my compost collection bucket. I began to deposit the used coffee grounds, eggshells, banana peels, cucumber peels, all meal scraps and other waste materials into the container to be used in the compost bin.
We quickly filled the compost bin with small sticks, leaves, and grass clippings. We added the saved kitchen waste and tore newspaper into strips to add also. We filled the compost bucket with water and poured it over the filled bin rinsing the bucket at the same time. The lid was ceremoniously closed. We were composting!
We have created loose compost areas before on our property by just designating an out of the way area where we pile sticks, branches, grass clippings and leaves. The materials break down and do form compost. The rain and sun supply most of the other needs for this simple compost. The loose pile does need to by turned to help the materials breakdown faster and to create a more uniform compost.
Using a contained compost bin is a new experience for us. And while we did dump some kitchen waste onto the loose compost pile this is the first effort for me to actually be conscious of collecting and using this precious resource. Our goals are to create quality compost for building several raised garden beds. This seems like a great first step in the right direction.
If this simple bin produces the quality compost that we are looking for I'm sure we will be building a larger system of bins. There are many plans available for building a simple bin or a multi-stage system for composting. The three stage system takes quite a bit of room and an initial outlay of expense for materials to build the system however it looks like it would be a very effective method for producing enough compost for a large garden or a series of small raised beds.