Boulder Open Spaces and Mountain Parks recently began offering compostable dog pick-up bags at Bobolink, Dry Creek and Mount Sanitas trail heads. Used bags are deposited in specially marked bins which are picked up by Pet […]
Explore our site to see what we’re doing to reduce the carbon paw print of man’s best friend.What's DOGGONE GOOD COMPOST?
When you pick up your dog’a poop with a plastic bag, tie it in a knot and chuck it in the trash, do you get an unsettling feeling that you’re hitting the can but missing the boat? Isn’t there a better way to dispose of this stuff?
If we want achieve true zero waste, we need to find simple solutions for the 4% of residential waste generated by our beloved pets. It’s time to turn a new page.
Professional composting is an elegant solution to an inelegant problem. Composting upcycles dog waste into a safe, useful product while diverting this nuisance material from walkways and landscape, landfills and streams. EnviroWagg, LLC is processing dog waste into Doggone Good Compost®, a safe and nutrient-rich soil amendment that greens up plants.
Alternatives to trashing pet waste Many agencies concerned with public health discourage pet waste recycling. And their concern is justified. If not done conscientiously and with consistent effort, the result could be pollution, odor […]
Eighty-three million dogs call the U.S. their home. Each year these pups produce more than 11 million tons of waste. That’s enough to fill 109 football fields – including end zones -10 feet deep. Country […]
These communities are taking steps to lighten their carbon paw prints Alaska - Denali National Park in Alaska has been composting dog waste from its kennel since 1980! The resulting compost (“jam packed with nutrients”) […]
We plant the same annual flowers around our parking lot every year. When we used Doggone Good Compost, the flowers went bonkers!Dave Matthews, sales associate, Willow Run Feed and Supply, Broomfield, Co.
I bought three orchid stalks, planted them in pots and hoped for the best. I mixed some Doggone Good Compost into one of the pots. The ‘doggie stalk’ quickly sprouted two branches of white blossoms.Jessica Baker, Boulder, Co.
A friend gave me a Kalanchoe plant that was doing poorly but revived after I gave it compost from one of your sample compost bags.Monica Marston, Denver
“Eighty-three million dogs in the U.S. generate more than 11 million tons of waste each year.”
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