Landfills don’t provide the necessary conditions for my baby’s plastic diapers to decompose.No air! No Gasp!
It takes one whole cup of
crude oil to make just one of my baby’s plastic disposable diapers! That’s 238 gallons of crude oil! OMG!
The manufacturing of plastic, disposable diapers uses 37% more water than cloth diapers. Holy Mackeral!
Look at the future of landfills with plastic, non-biodegradable diapers!
What does biodegradable mean to you? 1 Year? 50 Years? 1,000 years?
Plastic disposable diapers make up 50% of household waste!Holy garbage!
I didn't know plastic disposable diapers are the 3rd largest item in consumer landfills!That's insane!
The manufacturing and incineration of plastic disposable diapers produces toxic air emissions and toxic ash!HOLY SMOKES!
Disposable diapers contain toxic pollutants known to cause hormonal problems in humans and animals.JEEPERS!
Disposable diapers use 8.3 times more non-renewable materials than cloth diapers; once those resources are gone, they’re GONE!
Babies’ skin is so sensitive it can absorb up to 50 chemicals with each plastic, disposable diaper change.HOLY OSMOSIS!
A plastic-diaper-wearing baby creates 2,000 pounds of garbage in just 2 years! CRAP! THAT’S A TON OF CRAP!
Our groundwater is contaminated with chemicals and feces leaching out plastic, disposable diapers.ICK!
Diaper companies don’t have to disclose the ingredients they use in their diapers - products that cover your baby’s tush 24/7. How is this possible?!
Why do you think big diaper companies don’t list their components/ingredients on their packaging? If you knew what was in them… you wouldn’t list them either!
It takes 286 lbs. of plastic per year to supply a single baby with disposable diapers. That’s a big part of the 32+ million tons of plastic Americans use yearly!