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frequently asked questions.

Can I use dailygood bags® for all kinds of trash?

Yes! Dailygood bags can be used just like regular trash bags for all sorts of household waste. Because our bags are built super strong, no need to hold back or worry whether throwing out food waste, liquids, or other household solid waste. Dailygood bags are not recommended for outdoor lawn & leaf cleanup.

Can dailygood bags be used for recycling?

Recycling guidelines vary based on where you live, but most recycling programs prefer materials not be placed in bags at all. If placing material to be recycled in a bag, the bag must have contact clarity, meaning you can see the inside content of the bag, in order to be recycled. So no, dailygood bags white and black trash bags are not recommended for recycling.

How much trash can I place inside my dailygood trash bag?

Dailygood bags are tested and dry load rated to hold up to 94lbs of solid refuse.

What does “Post-Consumer Recycled” mean?

Post-consumer recycled material comes from products that have reached the end of their initial use life cycle and would have otherwise ended up in landfills or the waste stream. Recycling programs collect and transport this solid waste to recycling facilities, where the recycled content then becomes raw materials for new production cycles.

What are the benefits of using post-consumer recycled plastic?

Using post-consumer recycled plastic reduces the amount of waste that is sent to landfills and that typically takes centuries to decompose (due to the characteristics of different plastics). By recycling plastics, materials will be given another life, and we will avoid them ending up polluting the environment. PCR plastic also means fewer fossil fuels being harvested in order to make new plastic, which both uses up valuable natural resources and creates large amounts of pollution to turn the resources into new plastic material.

Is post-consumer the same thing as recycled?

Not necessarily! Recycled products may contain a percentage of materials collected from consumers via recycling programs after their initial use (post-consumer), a percentage of materials generated after the manufacture of a product but before it reaches consumers (pre-consumer or post-industrial) and/or virgin materials. Many products advertised as “recycled” are made up of a combination of post-consumer and pre-consumer materials, so be aware! While any type of recycled material is beneficial, post-consumer material is what helps you reduce your carbon footprint.

If dailygood bags contain zero new plastic, why aren't they 100% recycled?

We believe in transparency when it comes to the material that goes into our products. And trash bags, of any kind, contain more than just plastic. They also contain small amounts (1-6%) of other ingredients like colorant. Since dailygood bags contain a percentage of these other materials, we didn’t feel right claiming our bags are 100% recycled material – but you can rest assured that ALL of the plastic material in our bags is certified post-consumer recycled plastic.

How does the thickness and strength of dailygood bags compare to other trash bags?

Our bags are 10-20% thicker than the industry average consumer trash bag, which ensures extra strength so they won’t rip or tear. So why didn’t we make them even thicker? We could have, but we are also mindful that a thicker bag means more plastic material, and our goal was to strike the right balance of a heavy-duty bag that won’t tear, but without using unnecessary amounts of plastic in our products.

What is your return policy?

While we think you’ll switch and never look back, we offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee on our bags. If you aren’t satisfied with your dailygood bags for any reason, we’ll give you a full refund, no questions asked. (Okay, we might ask why, but only because we want to get better!)