Even biodegradable disposables are only 70% biodegradable. Which means that even with ‘green disposables’ you are contributing to the ever increasing problem of non recyclable waste. These are very expensive in relation to normal disposables and would in most cases not be used.
Further on this subject is that the human faeces might be contaminating the water on under ground level and it carries an ever increasing amount of viruses and germs for people who handle the rubbish. Landfills are reaching the maximum amount of waste that could be stored which is a big problem as disposable nappies of one baby takes up 50% of your household rubbish.
Baba Gear nappies are made of material and can be passed along to the next user until of such an age that one can dispose of it or rework it for some other use. You can buy liners which can be flushed down the toilet or simply tip the liner with the poo into the toilet, flush the poo and dispose of the liner. Easy and a great contribution to the environment.