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Sign our petition for change

April 29, 2019 1 min read

Sign our petition for change

It is ridiculous that with several brands of eco-nappy now offering products with 60-80% compostable materials, millions of nappies are still being sent to landfill rather than industrial composting facilities because it is the cheapest option for councils.

Due to stricter controls and fines, Wales now recycles or composts over 850,000 nappies a week. But nowhere else in UK does because there's no financial penalty for throwing it all in landfill.

Sign our petition to get this changed for the whole of the UK.



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