Women Of The Cloth: More Moms Opt For Non Disposable Diapers

Here's one thing not in dispute: Disposable diapers produce more municipal solid waste — trash — than do cloth diapers, about 70 times more trash. An estimated 2 percent of household waste is diapers. At the Olmsted County Waste-to-Energy Plant, where diaper waste is burned for energy, sorters have found that the percentage of waste from disposable diapers has grown over the years, from 1.95 percent in 2004, to 2.5 percent in 2009, to 2.9 percent in 2014. (How those diapers are sorted and counted is story for another time.)

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