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Find a greener diaper solution

October 11th, 2011

There are variety of cloth diapers and diaper covers to fit your needs from prefolds, to fitted diapers, to pocket diapers, and more. You will be making a difference with any type of cloth diapering, but choosing natural fibers such as organic cotton, hemp and wool will be more Earth-friendly when it comes time to discard the diapers.

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gDiapers ends the diaper debate

April 29th, 2009

By Laura Elizabeth May
Green Right Now

We may finally have an end to the great diaper debate. Gdiapers.com has introduced a new diapering system for babies with a compostable and flushable diaper insert. The diaper consists of the little g pant (washable, cotton outer layer), a snap-in liner (to prevent leaks) and a flushable diaper refill.

The wet refills can simply be tossed in a compost pile and will disappear in about 90 days, which is no time at all compared with a disposable diaper that can take up to 500 years to decompose. The diapers do not contain any plastic layers, elemental chlorine, perfumes, inks or dyes or latex. These all natural diapers are easier on babies bottoms and reduce the chance of a diaper rash, claims the maker.

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