Hi there, I wanted to write a review about organic biodegradable disposable diapers.
Why Organic Biodegradable Disposable Diapers?
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The great diaper debate has become one of the most publicly contested of all environmental lifestyle choices. In 2005 the UK Government published research “Life Cycle Assessment of Disposable and reusable nappies in the UK” claiming it was no more environmentally friendly to use reusable nappies than disposables. This caused an uproar. But in 2008 the Government report re-assessed the figures and reversed its previous conclusions!
What is the challenge facing us? Environmental sustainability?
So, it is essential for our environment that we consider the products we use daily that can have an impact on it. To make changes to our consumption patterns, to sustainable levels, without compromising our comfort. For whatever reason for using disposables, it makes sense to choose a product that is not only better for the baby but also better for the environment which promotes sustainability.
“Eco” diapers used to have a good rating for absorbency as well as environmentally friendly, but this is not the case anymore. There are other products available now that not only score well on the ingredients, environmental and ethical score, but also the best performing diapers as was shown in recent reviews under best disposable diapers reviews.
It is not easy to compare disposable diapers/nappies as manufacturers do not have to disclose all their ingredients and the subject becomes pretty technical.
In looking at the reviews I have named some diapers to be considered for your convenience:
- Bamboo: Made by a Danish company and has won gold. It is an all-round friendly champ-pee-on! 100% biodegradable.
- Moltex: Belgium company manufactured in Germany. Considered large and in charge! Contains over 50% renewable resources and 100% biodegradable.
- Beaming Baby: UK product. Has absorbent layer made from finally shredded paper with natural cotton and cornstarch fibres. 100% biodegradable.
- Seventh Generation: North American product. Has an unbleached, ugly appearance with a papery feel. 100% biodegradable.
All of the reviews showed that the consumers were happy with all these diapers but Bamboo stood out the most.
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I hope this review was helpful for those who have concerns about the environment yet want the best for your baby.
Thank you for reading this review.
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