Reusable nappies are cheaper in the long term. Join a webinar to learn more and receive a free cloth nappy pack.

After food waste, disposable nappies are the most common material found in our garbage bins. Once in landfill, they take up space and take hundreds of years to breakdown.

In comparison, reusable nappies are a far more sustainable option. This is because they can be used many times and for more than one child.

When it comes to reusables: it doesn’t have to be all-or-nothing. It’s about using more reusables, more of the time. If you use one reusable nappy a day you will save 365 disposable nappies from going to landfill each year.

Nappy webinars

We know that the thought of using reusable nappies can be daunting. This is why we’re partnering with Evia Collective to host two free online webinars for Port Phillip residents:  

  • Session 1: Thursday 18 July 7.30 pm – 8.30 pm
  • Session 2: Saturday 27 July 10 am – 11 am

The webinars will cover nappy basics, including an explanation of:

  • different types of modern cloth nappies
  • fitting and washing disposable nappies
  • additional benefits like adjustable absorbency levels and how they can be used by several children.

You will also receive a free nappy pack to help kick-start your nappy stash as you build up a collection over time. The pack will include 5 modern cloth nappies and a wetbag.

Register for a webinar by visiting: Reusable Nappy Workshop Tickets | TryBooking Australia