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Hi, Our diapers are not considered biodegradable. Although their absorbent core is comprised of mostly biodegradable material, the conditions necessary for biodegradation are not typically present in a landfill where most disposable diapers end up. Our packaging is made from low density polyethylene (LDPE) and is recyc… see more Hi, Our diapers are not considered biodegradable. Although their absorbent core is comprised of mostly biodegradable material, the conditions necessary for biodegradation are not typically present in a landfill where most disposable diapers end up. Our packaging is made from low density polyethylene (LDPE) and is recyclable, not compostable. We don’t use Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) in manufacturing our diapers. We can't guarantee their GMO status at this time. see less Hi, Our diapers are not considered biodegradable. Although their absorbent core is comprised of mostly biodegradable material, the conditions necessary for biodegradation are not typically present in a landfill where most disposable diapers end up. Our packaging is made from low density polyethylene (LDPE) and is recyclable, not compostable. We don’t use Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) in manufacturing our diapers. We can't guarantee their GMO status at this time.
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Manufacturer · July 9, 2018
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These just started getting made in Mexico and perhaps they changed the material because they smell so bad. Burnt plastic toxic smell. I used to use them up until now.
Mel
· May 30, 2017
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No.
Nl
· May 13, 2017
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Regular although they do have one that is a pull up.
Anne
· September 21, 2017
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I’ve moved on to larger sizes but if I recall correctly, it’s between 2 and 4 smaller bags of diapers. It depends on the size, but these larger boxes have smaller bags in them with a quantity in each bag. The bags fit well so you could open the bag across the top and then just have it propped up and grab diapers as you… see more I’ve moved on to larger sizes but if I recall correctly, it’s between 2 and 4 smaller bags of diapers. It depends on the size, but these larger boxes have smaller bags in them with a quantity in each bag. The bags fit well so you could open the bag across the top and then just have it propped up and grab diapers as you need them. see less I’ve moved on to larger sizes but if I recall correctly, it’s between 2 and 4 smaller bags of diapers. It depends on the size, but these larger boxes have smaller bags in them with a quantity in each bag. The bags fit well so you could open the bag across the top and then just have it propped up and grab diapers as you need them.
C. Bradley
· September 23, 2018
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Banana leaves. Jk. They look like just regular diaper material. I think they advertise as biodegradable. Not so sure but there is no smell and doesn’t feel like there’s too many chemicals either.
Helio
· October 3, 2018