|Do young parents know that their little baby needs about 5000 diapers until the moment baby grows to 2 years old?
Do they also know that 1 used diaper stays for 500 years on a landfill?
If your baby knew and understood how much waste is produced for these 2 years, would he or she agree to receive such a heritage after 30 years?
A mountain of his or hers own used diapers ?
We do not think so….
We would like to present to you GroVia Diapers:
If you choose CroVia Diapers you will choose from variety of bright, cute and modern cloth diapers, that could be used either with organic cotton soaker or with compostable soaker, which is produced according to EN13432 EU Standard.
This means, that when this compostable soaker is divided from other common waste and send to professional composting facility, it will transform into compost together with other organic waste without any harm to the Earth and without to worsen future compost.
Every once in a while, you find a perfect combination.
The GroVia Hybrid combines the industry’s most innovative (and cute!) waterproof cloth diaper shells with a super-flexible suite of absorbency layers – including both cloth and disposable options. Finally, parents are free to use earth- and baby-friendly diapering approaches that fit any lifestyle. From travel, to daycare, to time at home, hybrid cloth diapers have you covered.
This modern diaper is made from both sustainable resources and compostable materials*.
* The elastic in the manufacturing of this diaper has not been tested for biodegradability & compostability. Please remove tabs before composting.
Super Soft Lining
Certified natural, 100% Ingeo spun bound non-woven fabric.
Compostable to EN13432 (EU) standard and ASTM D 6400 (USA).
Sustainably harvested wood pulp fibers, containing a minimal amount of SAP gel.
The Bio-Film used (fecula) is waterproof and 100% natural.
Compostable to the following standard: EN 13432 (EU).
Now, if only it could change itself!
Flat-out ease-of-use is one thing, but we rebuilt
There is of course another possibility – It is called BioDiaper. It may be composted too.