An important role for the royal bottom

There are several reasons why London parents get real nappies:We don’t like to hang around: we want to exit the hospital quickly after the birth. A cloth nappy shows baby has peed and then you can go! More difficult to tell with stay-dry disposables that can...

Ask the Expert | Potty Training

Following our recent blog post New thoughts on Potty Training which received a record amount of interest within a few days, we have asked June Rogers, a paediatric continence specialist with over 20 years experience to answer your questions on toilet/potty and night...

Feedback from our 2013 pilot project

We just want to give you some feedback on a research project we are carrying out at Real Nappies for London. Our aim is to find out why some parents who intend to use real nappies don’t get round to it. And when they do, what happens?We’ve found some...

Knowaste nappy recycling plant closed last month

So why isn’t Real Nappies for London crowing about this? We said it was a bad idea. It’s good news, right?Actually we just feel sad that it was opened in the first place. We just regret that all the money c £20 million and trust put into this plant...

A Waste Prevention Plan for England will include nappies, right?

Some of you will know that the government is currently consulting over a Waste Prevention Plan for England. From what we’ve heard so far nappies will not be mentioned. Defra’s argument for not mentioning disposable nappy waste, even though it is 3% of the...