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diaper

a. a woven pattern on fabric consisting of a small repeating design, esp diamonds
b. fabric having such a pattern
c. such a pattern, used as decoration

diaper

diaper
An allover pattern with motifs placed in a repeated design, esp. on a rectangular or diagonal grid.
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This report says that in medium and small-sized cities, as well as affluent rural areas, the cheap disposable diapers are gradually expanding the market.
Elsewhere in the region, Oji formed a joint venture agreement in April 2014 with PT Indofood CBP Sukses Makmur to manufacture and market disposable diapers in Indonesia.
Canada and others are utilizing non-renewable sources to manufacture disposable diapers that consume ~300 pounds of wood, ~20 pounds of chlorine and ~50 pounds of petroleum to produce diapers for a baby per year.
4%), Hengan, Unicharm and Chiaus contributed 55% to the total sales volume of baby disposable diapers together.
If the operation of the factory is suspended for a long time, it could affect production of disposable diapers, the newspaper said.
Disposable diapers normally take centuries to biodegrade in landfills.
At the beginning of following case study, we explain product features of disposable diapers and give a general outline of the market.
Disposable diapers are made of plastics like nylon, polyester, polyethylene, and/or polypropylene produced by forcing resins through tiny holes at high temperatures and then rolling the threads flat with irons to bond the fibers.
Next, the crews would slather on a gel composed primarily of polyacrylates--a family of polymers also used in disposable diapers.
Year-round needs: Disposable diapers, all sizes; new or gently used maternity clothes and baby clothes, size 0-18 months
The juvenile and adult hygiene film market consists of disposable diapers and feminine-hygiene and incontinence products.
While 43 tons of disposable diapers were collected from November through August, only 10 percent was turned into recyclable material, according to the Associated Press report.