Dog Waste Bag Scam: They Don't Really Degrade
If you purchased any dog waste bags with the belief that they will biodegrade, decompose, or are good for the environment, you may be eligible to receive compensation through a class action lawsuit. (read more)
America’s 78.2 million dogs generate 10.7 million tons of waste. Dog poop makes up more than 6% of the waste deposited in U.S. landfills each year.
Like many dog owners, you might purchase “biodegradable” or "compostable" dog waste bags to reduce your environmental impact. But do those bags really biodegrade? Or are you the victim of false advertising?
These high-priced dog waste bags are not really better for the environment than regular plastic bags. They will not biodgrade in the landfill. And it's illegal in most cities and towns to dispose of animal waste in compost bins.
To determine whether you are eligible to receive compensation, please fill out the form below. An attorney will confidentially review your submission at no cost to you.
If you would like to speak directly with a lawyer, please call Marie McCrary at 415-639-9090, ext. 107.