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"Everybody poops and dogs are known to go multiple times per day. Stop buying those dinky bags that never seem to hold enough or are always breaking before you make it to the trash can. Eco-Poof Bags solve all your doggy-do problems." - 

 

"What caught my attention more than the product itself was the company. The desire to actually reduce waste and not just carve a spot in the popular "green" market was clear: the Eco-Poof bags  themselves were not packaged in any plastic—just the cardboard box you see which is also recyclable." -  - Click Here to Read More

 

"The Bronx called 311 to complain about abandoned dog poop 740 times last year -- more than any other borough, although Queens came close." - MAC KING, Fox 5 News Reporter - Click Here to Read More

 

"There is no reason a product we use for a few minutes should float in our oceans for a few hundred years." - Dave Mathews of Environment Oregon - Click Here to Read More

 

"Plastic does not biodegrade in a meaningful if even comprehensible timeframe. Thus, some portion of it accumulates in the environment. The more we produce, consume, and recycle plastics, the more plastic will come into the world and accumulate in landfills, on land, in rivers, and the sea. Plastics at sea concentrate incredibly dangerous chemicals, fish eat plastic, and we eat fish. It's really that simple. This is why we care. It sure as hell isn't for the paycheck." - Stiv J. Wilson of GreenBiz - Click Here to Read More

 

"This bill is a step in the right direction — it reduces the torrent of plastic polluting our beaches, parks and even the vast ocean itself. We're the first to ban these bags, and we won't be the last." - Gov. Jerry Brown - Click Here to Read More

 

"It's easy for families to become overwhelmed by the climate change. However, it's crucial to remember that we can all have an impact as individuals when our actions become collective." - Marcia G. Yerman - Click Here to Read More

 

"Back in 2003, Chicagoan Paul Cannella had a big problem on his hands. He had become somewhat obsessed with an unlikely household item: poop bags." - Joseph Erbentraut - Click Here to Read More

 

"World asks town (Modbury) that banned the plastic bag: how can we do it too?" - Patrick Barkham - Click Here to Read More

 

"Last year Italy became the first country in Europe to ban non-biodegradable plastic bags. A number of countries have banned very thin plastic bags, including China, South Africa, Kenya, Uganda and Bangladesh - in Bangladesh's case, it was found that the bags had clogged up the drainage system, exacerbating deadly floods." - Chris Summers - Click Here to Read More