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We’re on a mission to free the world of single-use nappies for good, by sending them the same way as plastic bottles, straws and carrier bags because we’ve had enough of the mess they’ve made. Why? Because our future is NOT disposable!
For over 60 years, mankind has been throwing billions of single-use nappies away every year in the name of convenience. Around 5000 nappies per baby, each of which takes 500 years to decompose. That's a lot of smelly waste polluting our planet.FIND OUT MORE
If you thought dealing with the waste created by single-use nappies was shocking then you might be surprised to hear that the manufacturing of single-use nappies is far more harmful. Reusable nappies produce 25% less CO2, fact.
A massive amount of crude oil needs to be extracted from the earth to produce plastic polymers such as polypropylene and polyethylene which are used to make single-use nappies. Is it really worth it?FIND OUT MORE
Wood pulp is used to make the absorbent core of single-use nappies through water-intensive production and if not sourced responsibly can lead to devastating deforestation.FIND OUT MORE
Many planet-conscious parents across the world feel a strong urge to make the right choices when it comes to nappies for their babies. They know that single-use nappies are not an option. They are led to believe that paying more for so-called eco-nappies is the answer. It's not!FIND OUT MORE