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Synonyms for diaper

Synonyms for diaper

garment consisting of a folded cloth drawn up between the legs and fastened at the waist


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a fabric (usually cotton or linen) with a distinctive woven pattern of small repeated figures

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While disposable diapers account for only about 1 percent of total solid waste, any material that can be diverted contributes to the state's mandated goal of reducing all waste sent to landfills by 50 percent by the end of this year, Antonovich said.
Table 12: Leading Disposable Diaper Toilet-training Pants in USA: Percentage Share by Dollar Sales in Drug Stores: 2007E (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-3
Real Nappies cloth diapers were designed in New Zealand by founder Liz Mole who envisaged a modern fuss-free cloth diaper system that was convenient for parents, comfortable for babies, and cost much less than disposable diapers.
And new mothers, torn between the different options, are often "started off right" with free disposable diaper packs in the hospital maternity wards and nurseries.
May 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- gDiapers, the company redefining disposable diapers, announced the launch of a new and improved website, gDiapers.
com/research/dcf4ca/baby_disposable_di) has announced the addition of the "Baby Disposable Diapers - Global Strategic Business Report" report to their offering.
Patented is a disposable diaper having a neat appearance.
Disposable Diaper With Sealable Enclosure And Method For Sealing And Disposing Of The Same: No.
The global baby diapers market can be segmented into five: disposable diaper, training diaper, cloth diaper, baby swim pants, and biodegradable diapers.
The company has acquired an 80% stake in People & Grit (PG), a Malaysian diaper manufacturer with annual sales of $16 million and announced plans to build a disposable diaper factory in me country.
com/research/62mtw4/china_disposable) has announced the addition of the "China Disposable Diaper Industry Report, 2012-2013" report to their offering.
Alethia Vazquez-Morillas of the Autonomous Metropolitan University in Mexico City has shown that a fungus called Oyster mushrooms, Pleurotus ostreatus, can devour 90 percent of a disposable diaper within two months.
The subject of the case study is the history of competition between manufacturers and their product innovation in the disposable diaper market in Japan, started in the late 1970s.
The 450 billion disposable diapers used each year contribute nearly 77 million tons of solid waste to landfills, and a disposable diaper takes at least 500 years to degrade.
IN OTHER DAIO NEWS: The company has developed a new disposable diaper product that reduces wood pulp content by 70%.