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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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TotsBots, a Glasgow based firm, are the first company in the world to make reusable nappies out of plastic bottles.
Cllr Roberts highlights how the average child uses between 4,500 and 5,000 nappies until they are potty trained and so each child is using around 150 black bags worth of nappies in their first few years.
Cllr Roberts also highlighted how the average child uses between 4,500 and 5,000 nappies until they are potty trained and so each child is using around 150 black bags worth of nappies in their first few years.
Every year in the UK, nearly three billion disposable nappies are thrown away, with 90 per cent of that waste ending up in landfill.
It is estimated that by the time a baby is potty trained they could have gone through around 6,000 disposable nappies. Over the same period, a selection of 24 real nappies could adequately serve one child and dramatically reduce the amount of disposable nappies sent to landfill.
And Jodie, 25, of Kipling Close, Crosland Moor, said she was disgusted staff at the store offered only to refund the PS3.25 she paid for the nappies and did not seem to take her complaint more seriously.
The supermarket chain were alerted to a possible bad batch of their Little Angels nappies after customer Jordan Bartliff posted pictures on Facebook showing his premature baby's painful red raw skin.
Holiday lets do not have nappy collections so used nappies are placed in general waste.
The packs contain three 'real nappies' and accessories, and the discounted offer is available for all local residents who are pregnant or have a child under three years of age.
The company also embarked on strong television advertising to make its brand top-of-mind amongst most parents when choosing nappies. The introduction by Huggies of UltraAbsorb layer technology in 2013 continued to be a key driver of new parents to the brand.
* Nappies should be left off for as long as is practical to reduce exposure to skin irritants