MyEcoNappy Maternity Pad (Non Toxic) MyEcoNappy Maternity Pad (Non Toxic) RM21.70
Bamboo Baby Wipes Bamboo Baby Wipes RM20.75
Double The Joy - BamCorn Double The Joy - BamCorn RM141.51
MyBodyShaper Top Garment MyBodyShaper Top Garment RM1,088.00
Double the Joy - Trial Pack Double the Joy - Trial Pack RM216.98
Double The Joy - Liner Wipes Double The Joy - Liner Wipes RM84.91
Bamboo-Blanket Bamboo-Blanket RM118.87
MyBodyShaper Male Garment MyBodyShaper Male Garment RM770.00
BamCorn Biodegradable Diaper BamCorn Biodegradable Diaper RM48.11
Bio-Soaker Bio-Soaker RM21.70
Double The Joy - Maternity Pads Double The Joy - Maternity Pads RM43.40
EcoBooster EcoBooster RM16.04
Eco-Pack Eco-Pack RM297.17
Starter Pack Starter Pack RM84.91
New Born Baby Package New Born Baby Package RM125.47
Double The Joy - Blanket & Protector Double The Joy - Blanket & Protector RM193.40
Eco-Soaker Eco-Soaker RM26.42
Experience Package Experience Package RM235.85
Cover Cover RM65.00
Bamboo Flushable Liner Bamboo Flushable Liner RM21.70
MyBodyShaper Girdle / Slimming Pants MyBodyShaper Girdle / Slimming Pants RM553.00
Bed-Protector Bed-Protector RM74.53
Trial Pack Trial Pack RM108.49
Bamboo Nursing Pad Bamboo Nursing Pad RM16.98
BamCorn Disposable Diaper Traveler's Pack BamCorn Disposable Diaper Traveler's Pack RM6.42
Promotional Package B Promotional Package B RM344.34

Save the Earth

Big Business has created a disposable market in which several billions of diapers are used for a couple of hours, taken off and thrown in the bin. The technology behind the development of the disposable diaper is impressive... Toxic
Here’s the down sides:

  • They are really bad for landfill requirements
  • They are really bad on toxic residuals and chemical materials to achieve the diaper functions
  • Over a couple of years, you spend a lot – a lot – of money on them.
  • An upside is that you don’t pay for waste management directly, but the down side is that you do actually pay for this as well.
Baby Doctor This is your chance to make a green eco-friendly money saving decision. Buy MyEcoNappy and Save the Earth – it’s your personal contribution - it’s a significant one. Something to be proud of when Baby grows up, and you can tell them you did your bit.

The following Articles give you more details, but in summary :

  • Avoiding the use of disposable diapers will play your significant part in landfill use (equivalent in Malaysia to burying 3,000 medium houses each year).
  • The use of disposable make a significant contribution to ground contamination, and the use of plastics and toxic chemical processes, which may affect your babies health directly.
Save Money Buying a full MyEcoNappy Diapering System will save you RM3,000 in disposable diapering costs.
Landfill is a big issue. Management of waste and refuge in disposal sites is another Big Business in own right, and a complicated one too. You pay for it indirectly through rates and taxes.

Estimates of how much space Amercia needs for its disposable diaper waste are quite alarming. America used around 20 billion disposable diapers in 2004 and it got bigger every year after that of course. That’s 3 million tonnes of waste and about 4% of the total waste that goes to landfill is disposable diapers.
Let’s try to put that space into perspective.
  • Malaysia needs a hole the size of 3,000 houses to take one year’s disposable diaper waste. Think about burying 3,000 houses each year!
  • Sticking to our 4,500 disposables per baby, we can each cram our waste into 3 cubic metres – for one baby.
  • In Malaysia there are 500,000 babies born every year. Now we’re into 1,500,000 cubic metres (every year).
  • A good sized house might measure 150 square metres. Each room is about 2.5 meters high. Two floors is 5 meters. A house will be about 450 cubic meters. Add the roof to give a conservative number for your head to work with. One house equivalent is 500 cubic meters of space.
Check out the space your supermarket shelves set aside for disposables. It’s one of the biggest bits of shelf space allocated. Everything on that shelf space has a useful life of a couple of hours of wearing, and then it makes its way to landfill.

The last thing is that it doesn’t degrade. It’s still there next year and the year after that. But when it gets wet, it leaks…..
Modern disposable diapers generally consist of a waterproof exterior made from non-woven polypropylene or similar plastic, one or more moisture-wicking internal layers, and an absorbent inner core.

In modern diapers, the core is a combination of fluffed wood pulp and a dried hydrogel, or SAP (super absorbent polymer). SAP is a network of polymer chains, which can absorb more than 100 times their dry weight in liquid.

The three main components for disposables are: plastics, fluffed BLEACHED wood pulp and SAP. For the most part, the environmental issues with disposables are the plastic used to make them waterproof and the SAP that could be toxic.
Main chemicals problems are: Toxic
  • Sodium Polyacrylate - the same SAP (super absorbant gel) that was removed from tampons because of its link to toxic shock syndrome and allergic reactions.
  • Dioxin – A by-product of bleaching. According to EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) is known to cause damage to the central nervous syst- em, kidneys, liver and is the most toxic of cancer related chemicals.
  • Tributyl-tin (TBT) – a toxic pollutant known to cause hormonal problems in humans and animals.
  • Due to the use of high-grade polypropylene used to make the outer covering and various layers, their materials remain intact in landfills for many years – reports estimate up to 500 years.

    Landfills have contaminated aquifer drinking water supplies, wetlands, and streams throughout the world – and continue to do so.

    The final piece in this is what you do with the poo. When disposable diapers are deposited in landfills they generally go with the poo inside. This is a health and environmental danger on a grand scale when you calculate the volumes. The risk is carrying human pathogens and increasing the risk of the spread of disease. That’s why one should flush any solid waste into the toilet before disposing of the diaper in the trash. But the reality is that this is rarely done, despite the instructions.


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