How we’re playing our part
At BabyLove we want everyone, including our little ones to enjoy and thrive in our environment for many years to come! That’s why we continue to adopt and support a number of Australasian and global sustainability initiatives when producing the softest and comfiest nappies for babies. From using PEFC certified wood pulp across our Cosifit™ Nappies, Nappy Pants and SleepyNights Pants to helping keep soft plastics out of landfill, read on to find out more about the steps BabyLove is taking on our journey towards a more sustainable future. We’ve also launched Beyond by BabyLove (available as Tab Nappies and Nappy Pants), made with soft organic cotton and PEFC certified pulp. Beyond by BabyLove products and components are tested and certified against a list of over 350 harmful substances according to STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX®.
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Zero landfill in Thailand factory
BabyLove is also extremely proud of supporting our Thailand plant to achieve Zero landfill over the last 4 years.
Australian Recycling Logo
BabyLove is celebrating 2 years with the ARL logo featuring on 100% of all retail and consumer packaging, providing our retailers and consumers with easy-to-understand recycling information to remove confusion and reduce waste.
PEFC is the worlds largest renewable forests scheme. Every BabyLove nappy is made from renewable plantations where 2-3 saplings are planted after every tree is removed. After 8 years we thin the forest and remove the crooked/deformed trees, 15 years the same process is completed, 25-30 years we remove the final trees and commence the process again. 1 tree produces around 400 kg of pulp – each nappy uses around 20 grams of pulp = 20,000 nappies per tree and in 2020 we supplied around 368 million pieces of nappies. The tree species is normally Southern Yellow Pines from USA.