Ways to Dispose Dog Poop: The Most Environmentally Friendly Way

THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT DOG POOP:

According to the environmental protection agency, “In 2001, there were an estimated 61.5 million dogs in the United States. That's 6.3 billion pounds of poop per year! It would take a scoop 300 feet wide and 800 feet deep to dispose of all that poop!” If you are disposing of dog poop, dispose of it in an eco-friendly garbage bag and take it with you. Great for city dwellers who do not have yards or green space but need to get rid of their pet's droppings! All homeowners will want to invest in plastic bags that can be used on the go or at home.

WAYS TO DISPOSE DOG POOP - METHODS YOU CAN USE AT HOME

– You can use a paper towel, gloves (for those extra messy days), tongs or even scoops made specifically for pet droppings so grab bags aren't needed! These options work great if you don't want to touch anything icky. – If you have a yard or green space, pick up poop in the grass and dispose of it properly when you get home from work! You can use your own hands to do this if needed but it's often easier with gloves. Pick up any big chunks that might be left over with a shovel, not just so other pets don't step on them later, but also for environmental reasons (see below). – For some people who may want to avoid getting their hands too dirty there are tools like pooper scoopers available which allow pet owners to easily collect dog waste without touching anything gross. These tools are made specifically for picking up droppings and come with different options depending on how much dirt is being moved around. – If you're disposing offsite, use a biodegradable poop bags and tie it securely closed before throwing away in the trash - this is an environmentally friendly way because less pollutants are released into the environment when anything is disposed away from the site! – Flushing Dog Poop Down the Toilet, it's safe for dog owners to flush their dog poop down the toilet. The EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) recommends it. According to the agency, flushing dog poop down the toilet is not only safe, but it's one of the most eco-friendly ways of disposing of dog poop.

DISPOSE OF DOG POOP ON-SITE.

if you have the time to wait for it to decompose naturally. Otherwise, mix pet waste with some dirt or soil and bury it in a hole that's at least six inches deep before covering up with more soil. Dog waste is a safe soil additive for revegetation and landscaping when it is composted properly. Composting systems can reduce the volume of dog waste by 50 percent.

DISPOSE OF DOG POOP ON-SITE.

If you're disposing of off-site, use a plastic bag and tie securely closed before throwing away - this is an environmentally friendly way because fewer pollutants are released into the environment when anything is disposed of away from the site! For those without time for waste disposal Let our poofessionals handle the dirty work. Tips For Disposal Options: If there isn't any access to land outside your home where composting can happen then consider using your local pet waste removal service. 

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