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Composting Dog Waste

By Elizabeth Bublitz ecomii.com
June 3, 2010
File under: Composting, Gardening

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The American Pet Association estimates that 73 million dogs in the U.S. produce over six million tons of dog waste per year.  When dog waste is picked up in plastic bags that are harmful to the environment, it spews methane and mummifies.

Enviro Wagg has turned dog feces into compost for gardens and house plants called Doggone Good Compost®.  Enviro Wagg is based in Colorado where it composts dog waste collected from dog parks, doggie daycares and shelters, processing it to create nutrients for your garden.

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