gDiapers Blog, Stories & Podcasts
April 21, 2021
At g, we are irrepressible about getting plastic out of disposable diapers, both for our babies and for the planet. Today, we are excited to share one of our collaborations is officially up and testing in Paris with a full delivery, collection, and composting service. Although there have been attempts to commercially compost disposable diapers in the US, all existing brands contain plastic. This means they require special processing because the plastic ingredients contaminate the compost. In contrast, the Paris trial relies on diaper inserts/pads specifically designed to be commercially composted and re-absorbed back into nature. Waste to resource. It’s...
November 3, 2020
Many of you know we have been working on our gCycle project for the last six years, the program that delivers compostable diapers, collects the used product, and then regenerates that waste into nutrient rich soil. Nappies to nature, not landfill. Today, our long awaited report for cities and governments was published by the Ellen Macarthur Foundation for a Circular Economy: A Circular Economy for Nappies.
July 1, 2020
As many of you know, we have been working tirelessly on the next generation of gDiapers products for the last few years. Our hope was to launch the new range of gDiapers in 2020 and phase out the current line. As it turns out, the universe had other plans for us.
June 15, 2020
gDiapers has cute printable milestone cards for all your baby’s big firsts. Download all our milestone cards right here!
April 21, 2020
Take your little one on an adventure in your yard or neighborhood to capture the beauty and enter a drawing for a bouquet of g treats.
April 7, 2020
Pull out your crayons and markers, it’s time to get crafty! Keep little hands busy or work together on a colorful distraction, with our "g is for gorgeous" coloring sheet. Tag us in a photo of your masterpiece and be entered in a drawing to win a free basket of g goodness! (If your social media account is private, feel free to email your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.) The winner will be chosen at random and announced on April 15th. The drawing is open to US residents only. Only one entry per household (but share as many coloring sheets as you like!).