Snugg is a compostable and reusable diaper that aims to support a more circular economy. The diapers were designed with less affluent communities in mind, although it aims to encourage wider adoption to help reduce waste on a larger scale.
The product is made of an outer reusable layer, derived from recycled cotton garments, which helps tackle textile waste. The inner liner is made of four layers of natural linen, which at 2 to 3 weeks is the fastest fabric to decompose. The inner liner can be disposed in a compost bin for collection by a composting company.
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Using Palm leaves fibres and ash to reduce cement content in concrete