Disposable diapers have little to no recycling potential once they are use.
They're estimated to be the 3rd largest consumable found in landfills.
30% of disposables contain petroleum - a leading factor in climate change.
An estimated 35 tons of waste is created from disposable diapers each year.
The impact you can make by switching to reusable cloth diapers and other sustainable items might be greater than you imagine. Here are some more big numbers you could help reduce...
Amount of trees globally used to make disposable diapers
Amount of waste per baby using disposable diapers
Amount of disposable diapers a child adds to a landfill
Estimated years it takes for one diaper to decompose
Almost 4 million babies are born in the United States every year. If all of those babies used cloth diapers, that would save the equivalent of 148,000 Statue of Libertys-worth of space in our landfills.
When it comes to cloth diapers, there is no shortage of options. Pocket Cloth Diapers, All In One Cloth Diapers, Cloth Diaper Covers - what does it all mean?! No matter what the scenario, there is the perfect cloth diapering system for you and your babies needs and preferences. This page breaks down all the details you need to make an informed decision.Learn More