For the Environment:
It is predicted that a child will use between 4,000 and 6,000 nappies. These will unfortunately end up in landfill sites and as they decompose give out a harmful greenhouse gas called methane, which contributes to climate change.
WRAP (the Government’s Waste & Resources Action Programme) have calculated that households which use cloth nappies reduce their household waste by up to half compared to those continuing to use disposables.
Nappi Nippas are manufactured from FDA approved raw materials, a polyester based polyurethane which is degradable on ageing through hydrolysis and/or a microbiological attack.
It contains NO latex or any other adulterant, diluent or modifying polymers. The composition is 100% polyurethane. It is manufactured in South Africa.