Biodegradable Trash Bags Available for Aerobic and Anaerobic Landfills
I live in Fairlington and the total number of plastic trash bags that are left on the curb for 6 days-a-week pickup from Fairlington's 3,500 households may be as many as 650,000 per year.
You can find biodegradable trash bags and kitchen bags advertised on the Web, the most biodegradable trash bags and kitchen bags seem to be constructed of starch and they biodegrade in both aerobic and anaerobic landfills. Check out the Web for details.
Using highly biodegradable trash bags is something we can do right now, we don't need permission from Dominion Resources or Washington Gas or the other fossil fuel polluters who are micro-managing Jay Fisette's Energy Task Force.