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Towards Sustainable Life

Sustainable life is healthy life for us and for our planet. If we reduce waste - we save the planet, our health and our budget.
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Ready Steady Go! Get ready for a race towards sustainable living!

Those who choose washable and reusable cloth nappies for their baby get an advantage! About 1.5 tons of non-biodegradable waste.

On average, a woman produces about 150 kg of non-biodegradable waste throughout her productive life. And by waste we mean used menstrual pads / tampons. Quite a bunch, right?

Would you like to do something about it? Try washable nappies and washable pads! You will soon find out that both cloth diapers and menstrual pads have many benefits.

In addition to the reduction of waste and the health of the planet, it is important to think about the health of people. Both disposable diapers and menstrual pads contain various chemicals that cause allergy and irritation. Instead washable diapers, menstrual pads and reusable panty liners, for the most part, are created with natural and certified materials. 

Another advantage of reducing waste is that we reduce our costs. 

Here is an example of the costs of the usage of diapers:

Washable Nappies
First Baby
  • Diaper set = approximately 650 euros
  • Washing = about 169 euros (0.65 euros x 260 washing cycles (washing 2-3 times a week x 2 years) 
Total ± 819 EUR
Second baby
Total ± 320 EUR
Disposable Diapers
First Baby
  • First 3 months - 8 diapers per day
  • 4 months - 2 years - 6 diapers a day 

Total 4 570 diapers x 0.25 euro one piece 

Total ± 1140 EUR
Second baby
  • First 3 months - 8 diapers per day
  • 4 months - 2 years - 6 diapers a day 

Total 4 570 diapers x 0.25 euro one piece 

Total ± 1140 EUR
Gli stessi assorbenti lavabili possono essere usati per un periodo di circa quatro anni.

Conclusion: sustainable life is healthy life for us and for our planet. Reducing waste - we save the planet, our health and our budget.

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