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Announcing the NEW bumGenius! 4.0 One Size Cloth Diaper!

Posted by Bryana on 6/29/2010 to Cloth Diaper News

Canadian town offers cash incentives to use cloth diapers

Posted by Bryana on 5/5/2010 to Cloth Diaper News

CANADIAN TOWN OFFERS CASH INCENTIVES TO NOT USE DISPOSABLE DIAPERS!

Here in the U.S. we need to follow the lead of Vaudreuil-Dorion, an off-island town offering cash incentives to families willing to buy non-disposable diapers! And if you think people can't be bribed to consider cloth diapers, think again!

Celebrity Moms Choose Happy Heiny's

Posted by Bryana on 3/3/2010 to Cloth Diaper News

Happy Heiny's One Size Diapers have become the "Go-To" reusable cloth diaper option for many celebrity moms. One of the largest manufacturers of modern, reusable cloth diapers, Happy Heiny's is proud to spread the word that cloth diapering is JUST AS EASY as using disposable diapers--and better for baby's health and the environment.

Are Parents Just "Riding the Green Wave"?

Posted by Bryana on 2/17/2010 to Cloth Diaper News

Jennifer Crossley, staff writer for the TimesDaily.com published an interesting article, Green bottoms up: Many parents returning to cloth diapers, last Friday. In it she described how cloth diapers are "en vogue with snaps and Velcro and other added conveniences" and that "The diapers ride the green wave for families hoping to cut back on the amount of waste they produce."

Delivering the comfort of cloth

Posted by CDB Guest on 12/23/2009 to Cloth Diaper News

It is always encouraging to hear about new and thriving cloth diaper services. Friday, Amanda Lucci, a StarNews Correspondent for the Wilmington Star News, featured Green Baby Diaper Service, owned by a mother-daughter team, Polly Buskirk and Liz Soffera.

Green Baby Diaper Service, based in Wilmington, NC, provides start-up instructions and resources for cloth diapering, as well as a delivery or drop-off cleaning service for those using cloth diapers. They service the surrounding counties of Brunswick, New Hanover and Pender.

1,000 Sign Tax Break Petition for Cloth Diaper Users

Posted by Bryana on 12/16/2009 to Cloth Diaper News

Nichole McLeod and Julie Adamson of Happy Nappy Diaper Service serving customers from North Vancouver to Chilliwack, are committed to cloth diapers; they think the government should be as well. These two entrepreneurs are lobbying the federal government to give a tax break for families using cloth diapers. The want this tax credit to include both families who use a cloth diaper service or those that wash them at home.

A Clean Agenda from Dirty Deeds

Posted by CDB Guest on 12/9/2009 to Cloth Diaper News

Guy Quenneville of the Northern News Service published an interesting article, Dirty Deeds offers Clean Agenda, about Elsbeth Fielding and her new cloth diaper service, Dirty Deeds Diaper Service. The business now a year old, Fielding supplies new mothers with cloth diapers on a weekly basis.

Wanting to cut down on waste this one woman show decided the landfills were already full enough - she simply did not want to keep adding more.

Cloth Diapers ARE a Big Idea for our Small Planet

Posted by CDB Guest on 10/28/2009 to Cloth Diaper News

Bryana wrote me this morning to point me towards an interview with Tereson Dupuy, Inventor of Fuzzi Bunz over at the Sundance Channel's blog, Big Ideas For A Small Planet. If you can't view the video above, you can reach it at the direct link.

Cloth Diapers and the new CPSIA

Posted by CDB Guest on 1/10/2009 to Cloth Diaper News

There has been quite a bit of New Year controversy surrounding regulations under the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) set to go into effect February 10, 2009. Aimed at protecting children from lead-tainted products, the CPSIA, has missed the mark; the damage could be disastrous.

Cloth diapers too difficult to report on fairly?

Posted by Bryana on 12/17/2008 to Cloth Diaper News

Every once in a while, in my search for the latest in cloth diaper news, I come across an interview or write-up that smacks of biased journalism.

When Dani Tobey, owner of babycottonbottoms.com in Colorado Springs, CO, gave an interview to her local paper, I can imagine she had high hopes for a fair representation of her start-up business.

The Best Green Baby Blogs

Posted by Cloth Diaper Blog Guest on 2/29/2008 to Cloth Diaper News
Diaper Junction's Cloth Diaper Blog makes the Best Green Baby Guide list of blogs.  Woot!

Cloth Diapers hold piles of...

Posted by Cloth Diaper Blog Guest on 2/2/2008 to Cloth Diaper News
Jenn Labit of Cottonbabies.com makes the news for her success with the Cottonbabies BumGenius brand of cloth diapers and accessories.

New York Times questions the environmental soundness of Fuzzi Bunz.

Posted by Cloth Diaper Blog Guest on 1/30/2008 to Cloth Diaper News

Diesel Diapers?

Posted by Bryana on 10/31/2007 to Cloth Diaper News

As I've stated here at CDB more than once, disposable diapers are for single use only, but wait! Maybe, I'm wrong. And if so, I've got to hand it to Luciana Piciacchia, vice-president of Quebec operations for the global engineering giant AMEC PLC. Why? You ask. Because Piciacchia is overseeing the design of a plant in Quebec that intends to churn up the 3.6 million tons of diaper waste accumulated in the last 3 1/2 decades, and subsequent decades, and make it into synthetic diesel fuel.

Can Babies Be Diaper Free?

Posted by Bryana on 10/23/2007 to Cloth Diaper News

Of course babies can be diaper free - just take off their diaper! Yea, and then see what mess ensues. Unless, that is, you adopt the techniques used by those teaching Elimination Communication.

Elimination Communication, also referred to as Infant Potty Training, is steadily picking up speed in the United States as another alternative to dealing with baby's waste.

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