That way I could give them a shake and turn them over in a top to bottom recycle every few weeks. At least until the bags break down.
I suppose the best way to do it would be keeping the lawn mowed through the autumn and use the hopper on the mower to pick up the shredded leaves. Pack them along with the fallen apples that have gone mouldy and put a tarp over them like they do for silage to keep them moist.
I suppose there here will be little garden voles that get in and make nests, and snakes as well. If the sacks were not bleached, by the time it was ready to use, the bags might still hold together and make it easier to handle.
I hate sending the leaves to the dump, but at the moment I have no other option. I am going to look into this for next year though. I Nader if the bags would give off enough heat to put in a greenhouse for starting early plants off with. I suppose if the bags had some horse manure in them as well, and a good spray of whey, a little ground up whelk shell, and some General kitchen offcuts from veg, it would all make a usable compost.
It would hopefully be pre bagged then, and easy to keep track of how old it is, and how long it takes to make it. I like a green plan.
I am going to keep my eye out for some hessian bags.