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nappy

1. of alcoholic drink, esp beer
a. having a head; frothy
b. strong or heady
2. (of a horse) jumpy or irritable; nervy
3. any strong alcoholic drink, esp heady beer
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Of total UK waste disposed in landfill, disposable nappies only amount to 0.
Disposable nappies are the easy option, but would appear to have a big impact both in the materials used and the landfill they create.
Now, still concentrating on the child care sector, Huggies Ultrathin nappies have been launched, backed by an 8m[pounds] campaign.
The Real Nappies Birth-to-Potty Pack can save parents thousands of dollars compared to the cost of disposable diapers, and parents can use a single Birth-to-Potty Pack for two children concurrently, such as a newborn baby and a toddler, saving even more money.
What you would do was to soak the nappies of the day over night in a bucket.
He added: "We'll soon have to get nappies for the dogs.
In an effort to promote the use of reusable nappies, Flintshire County Council are introducing a voucher scheme in partnership with Denbighshire County Council to assist parents with the initial cost of purchasing real nappies.
The problem of sewer abuse has become so great in the region that last year out of the 20,000 blockages the company removed from its sewers, thousands were directly attributable to build-ups of nappies and baby wipes.
I initially chose washable nappies because I wanted a natural material against my baby's skin not realising just how many other benefits there were.
Modern real nappies come in a range of styles, designs and colours, from denim and spots to ruffles.
The average baby will need to wear disposable nappies for two-and-a-half years, a cost of PS650 to PS1,300.
Here they get to learn more about cloth nappies and the may different brands, sizes and types they come in and also have a trial run with their baby.