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Cloth or disposable? The diaper debate is back

Here’s a report from the Christian Science Monitor of the latest developments in the long-running debate between cloth or disposable diapers. While it doesn’t commit unequivocably to one or the other, the report does note that a baby can use 8000 diapers, and America cuts down 250,000 trees to produce disposable diapers, which contribute 3.5 million tons to the nation’s landfills. American ingenuity has developed new recyclable diapers, and the report lists resources to find diaper services.

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