If you own a dog, you know how important doggy poop bags are. You never want to be caught with a neighbor watching you as your dog does its business and you are left with no bag. Not only do you feel like a bad citizen, but it is illegal and where I live and can cost you a $100 fine. Washington, D.C. passed a 5 cent tax on plastic bags this past January that reduced the number of plastic bags handed out by supermarkets and other establishments from the 2009 monthly average of 22.5 million to just 3 million in January. While significantly reducing plastic waste and encouraging the use of reusable bags, the tax simultaneously generated $150,000 in revenue to clean up the Anacostia River. You may ask what the D.C. tax has to do with doggie poop bags? Now that most people including myself are diligently using reusable bags at stores, my plastic bag supply is down and doggie poop bags are more important to me than ever. Carbonfund.org’s partner Intek sent me a sample of their GoECOlife™ Biodegradable Doggy Waste Bags and I couldn’t be happier. Not only are they just what I need for my dog’s healthy digestive system, they are biodegradable or compostable so I can feel good about my purchase & clean up after my dog’s waste. Intek has been a partner of ours since 2009 and to date has certified over half a dozen products, such as the GoECOlife™ SOHO Ultra-Quiet paper shredder, CarbonFree®.