We're always looking at ways to improve our diaper, making it even better for parents and the environment, especially in this economy
Portland, Or (PRWEB) March 22, 2009
gDiapers, the most environmentally friendly diaper available, announced that the company has been honored with the Nutrition Business Journal's 2008 NBJ Company Small Growth Award. Fast-growing gDiapers is one of only nine companies given this honor, which is awarded to nutrition/naturally-focused companies that establish consistent year-over-year growth.
"Achieving this award is a great accomplishment for gDiapers. We are proud to be a part of an industry dedicated to offering natural options that will improve the health of babies and the planet." said gDiapers co-founder, Jason Graham-Nye.
gDiapers, a revolutionary environmentally friendly diaper system, consists of a cloth outer pant ('little g') and a plastic-free refill that can be flushed, home-composted or disposed of in the trash. The product was designed to address the excessive amount of diapers and human waste in landfills. Disposable diapers can take up to 500 years to break down while gDiapers only take 50-150 days.
Establishing rapid and consistent growth over the last few years is difficult for any company and being able to maintain growth in a recession is an enormous accomplishment for gDiapers. "We're always looking at ways to improve our diaper, making it even better for parents and the environment, especially in this economy," said Graham-Nye.
gDiapers are the environmentally friendly diaper that you can flush, home compost or toss. Founded by parents Jason and Kimberley Graham-Nye, gDiapers is committed to developing products that are gentle to babies and the planet. For years, there have been but two choices in diapers - cloth or disposable. Now gDiapers offers a new environmentally friendly hybrid diaper choice. gDiapers have no plastic, no elemental chlorine, no perfumes, no smell, no garbage and no guilt. In fact, gDiapers are so gentle on the earth you can even garden compost the wet ones. They'll break down in 50 to 150 days whereas it can take up to 500 years for disposable diapers. gDiapers is Cradle to Cradle gold certified (mbdc.com), which means that the planet reabsorbs everything that goes into making a flushable refill in a neutral or helpful way.