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World's 1st recycled diapers go on sale at stores in southwest Japan


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A very positive development that I hope will help reducing the huge amount of waste from diapers, the last sentence was specially important since previous efforts required the product to be significantly more expensive than the non-recycled diapers.

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I wonder where they collect the used ones from and what you have to do get them ready for recycling. People aren't going to want to have to clean diapers.

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What’s next - recycled condoms ?

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Good luck trying to recycle some of the nappies my toddler profusely besoils.

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People aren't going to want to have to clean diapers.

People dispose of soiled nappies by flushing the waste down the toilet and throwing away the nappy.

The collection of used nappies is difficult.

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