Landfilling disposable nappies is environmental vandalism

it’s also big business, according to Hilary Vick, Real Nappies for London Project ManagerBarbican Conference Centre, London, November 2009 I arrive late at the Zero Waste conference, organised by the Resource Recovery Forum. The coffee break is in full-swing. I...

My washable nappy journey – Guest Post

Helen, mum to William aged 8 monthsOver the next five days of Real Nappy Week I’ll be writing a series of blog posts to try and give an insight about my journey with real nappies so far. I’m very happy to try and answer questions that anyone may have, but I’m learning...

Climate Week: 5 things

you can do to help reduce the environmental impacts of nappiesInvestigate Elimination Communication – fewer nappies is the most environmentally friendly optionUse cloth nappies – washing nappies can have up to 40% lower climate change impacts than disposables if you...

Remember the waste hierarchy? Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

People can argue all they like about the relative environmental impacts of disposable vs washable nappies and they sure do www.guardian.co.uk but one thing is for certain; disposable nappies create a lot more waste. At Real Nappies for London we know it’s at least one...