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October 28, 2009

Environmentally Friendly Disposable Nappies

Filed under: — charndra @ 5:11 pm

You are looking for a more eco-friendly disposable nappy like Moltex, Bambo or Eenees?

Compostable – Biodegradable – Flushable – Eco-Friendly Nappies –

Favour these as more eco-friendly than regular disposable nappies. – Compostable nappies will break down into worm food in your compost pile. You can rip open and empty out the compostable parts; have a worm farm, garden bed or compost patch ready! With the eco-benefit of being used as fertilizer for your garden, they also reduce waste.

Now you can browse retailers offering Environmentally Friendly Disposable Nappies in Australia or in New Zealand:

  

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