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 Are disposable diapers biodegradeable?

Answer Most name-brand disposable diapers are not easily biodegraded. The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that a traditional diaper would take 450 years to fully biodegrade in water. Alternative... Read More »
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Are 7th generation diapers biodegradeable?

According to Seventh Generation's official Website, their diapers do not biodegrade, since they are made from mostly synthetic materials. Since they are chlorine-free and hypo-allergenic, the diape... Read More »
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Are disposable diapers bad?

On One Hand: Sanitary and HealthyAccording to Kristin M. Kane of Parenting.com, disposable diapers may be less likely to cause diaper rashes because they keep a baby drier than cloth diapers. Georg... Read More »
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Types of Disposable Diapers?

Disposable diapers line every grocery store shelf in America. The types, features and intended market vary, with options changing frequently. Baby diapers feature various inner cores intended to in... Read More »
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When were disposable diapers invented?

While the origins of the first disposable diaper are unknown, the invention of the first effective disposable diaper occurred in 1950. Marion Donovan's diaper consisted of a cover made from a plast... Read More »
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