A: They come with twist ties that you will use to close them, like a bread bag.
A: The picture on the box is pretty accurate. They are white bags with black words and a large orange triangle on the front.
A: white with orange and black printing
A: White mostly with some orange and black
A: White with some printing
A: It depends of your garbage company. I just put mine in the trash and it was picked up. If you are using it to dispose of hazardous waste then contact your city or county. But normal construction trash should be able to be put in your trash.
A: Waste management took mine.
A: Take them to your local landfill or hire someone to do it for you.
A: We too, them to our landfill - no prob.
A: I just put them out with the trash and they took them away.
A: I don't think anything is truly rodent proof, but they are strong debris bags, and yes, as long as they don't exceed weight limits, I've never had a problem having them picked up.
A: Yes. They have even thanked me because it holds the trash in so they can move quickly.
A: My trash company took it right away I just called them and let them know I was going to have bags out and they went ahead and took them about being rodent proof I don’t know
A: Demobags 42-Gallon Woven Contractor Trash Bags are tear and rip resistant and hold up to 110lbs. of debris, however we are not able to say that they are rodent proof. The bags are made of fully recyclable polypropylene and trash companies will take it away based on local trash rules and regulations in regards to the contents inside the bag.
|Name||42-Gallon Contractor Trash Bags (20-Count)||Dumpster in a Bag (Holds up to 3,300 lb.)||33 Gal. Asbestos 6 Mil Bag Box (32-Count)||33 in. W x 48 in. H 42 Gal. 3 mil Orange Contractor Bags (50-Count)|
|Bag thickness (mil)||7||3||6||3|
|Usage Type||Draw & Tie Trash Bags||Household||Ultra Heavy Duty||Draw & Tie Trash Bags|
|Closure||Stays Open||Stays Open||Tie||Tie|
|THD SO SKU||1000597227|
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