Advocates on ending the use of plastic disposable diapers

Gasping for Air

Landfills don’t provide the necessary conditions for my baby’s plastic diapers to decompose.No air! No Gasp!

Source: Mummified Diapers // http://www.mother-ease.com/blog/cloth-diapers-vs.-disposable-diapers-environmental-impact

Diaper Doom : This has to Change!

We hate to be all doom and gloom, but there’s an ecological crisis happening right under our noses and it smells like dirty diapers! Billions of plastic, disposable diapers are accumulating in our landfills and wreaking havoc with our environment. We at Diaper Doom can’t stand the stench any longer and feel it’s time to air out the disaster that is the diaper industry! It’s time for change!

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Offensive Oil Overload

50 pounds of petroleum feedstocks are used to produce plastic, disposable diapers for one baby each year! Oil in my baby’s diapers?! UGH!

Source: Real Diaper Facts // http://realdiapers.org/diaper-facts
Heavy Plastic

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!

Perpetual Plastic

Look at the future of landfills with plastic, non-biodegradable diapers!
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