One baby alone goes through about 6000 nappies and it can take up to 500 years for a disposable nappy to decompose.
Nappy production is gigantic all around the world, and so is the overall impact on global energy and pollution. Disposable diapers are the third largest consumer item in landfills representing 30% of non-biodegradable consumer waste. If reusable nappies are used conscientious, single-use diapers use 20 times more land for production of raw materials and require three times more energy to make than reusable nappies.
Our goal is to leave only real footprints behind. If you use Happy Naps full time, you only need between 24 and 28 nappies, what means you will save 260kg of disposable diaper waste per baby per year. By swapping to reusables, the carbon footprint of a nappy can be reduced by 40%, equivalent to 200kg of CO2.
With reusable nappies, you will never run out of nappies again which means you never have to run to the shop for diapers and there will be no need to cart stinky trash. Last but not least, you will raise awareness and inspire positive change for the planet.