We know that reusable cloth diapers produce less waste and are better for the environment. But in this tight economy, increasing numbers of families are most interested in the savings they can experience by using cloth diapers. Earlier this month, a Great Cloth Diaper Change host focused on this in the Mothering.com blog. Janice from [...]
Archive for April, 2012
This week is Real Diaper Week, intended to increase awareness about reusable cloth diapers. Today we’re focusing on the waste reduction benefit to cloth diapers.
- Americans are throwing away 60,000 diapers per minute.
- Households with babies in single-use diapers literally double their waste.
- These diapers then sit in landfills for 250-500 years before decomposing.
- In [...]
It sure is exciting to kick off the 2012 Real Diaper Week! With the Great Cloth Diaper Change only a few days away, this week is a great chance to really focus on reaching out of the community to help more families find and use reusable cloth diapers. Since so many folks are doing a [...]
Real Diaper Week is just days away! We are so excited about our chance to make a week out of what we usually spread throughout the year. Here is what the Real Diaper Circle of Wayne County in North Carolina has planned.
Contacting the local radio station to ask for an interview that focuses on the [...]
Many cloth diaper advocates and educators eventually find themselves wanting to help low-income families find and use reusable cloth diapers. It makes sense. Low-income families can save thousands of dollars by using cloth diapers. That said, they are often put off by the cost of the investment. One method for overcoming [...]
Remember how much fun the Great Cloth Diaper Change was last year? Want to be part of the next Guinness World Record? Find a location near you and plan to join in on the fun on Saturday, April 21st. We’re hoping to double our record this year with over 10,000 babies changed. This may just [...]