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Disposable Diapers are Decadent Baby 11/22/2021 (Mon) 15:29:39 No. 7157
If you ever want a greater symbol of the downfall of the West look no further than disposable diapers and the absolute waste they cause. Billions of diapers end up in landfills each year which is causing humanity to literally drown the world in shit. If you ever want to do your bit for the planet reject the disposables and return to cloth. They don't even have truly great colorful designs anyway.
>>7157 Actually I'm not so sure on the waste diapers cause compared to some other things out there. Also the amount of water and chemicals used to clean cloth might have a potential impact as well that is harder to measure even. Still for an example of "the downfall of the West" I can think of worse.
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Dumb baby, theres been no landfills for years since they started incineration which means they burn waste and make heat and/or electricity outta it
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>>7172 It depends on the country. The UK definitely still uses landfill for a lot of waste disposal. Even incineration is hardly ideal since it still creates pollution and isn't a particularly efficient use of raw materials. That said, ABDL diapers are going to be totally negligible compared to other sources of pollution. Any solution to prevent the coming mass extinction event is going to have to be a systematic one, and that means you need politicians who aren't utterly corrupt and/or incompetent. That said, ABDL diapers are going to be totally negligible compared to other sources of pollution. Any solution to prevent the coming mass extinction event is going to have to be a systematic one, and that means you need politicians who aren't utterly corrupt and/or incompetent. I do like the aesthetic of some cloth diapers though. Disposables can be worn outside under a skirt without anyone noticing, but a girl who had to wear cloth diapers would find it much harder to preserve her dignity.
>>7172 Are you suggesting that everyone is forced to wear diapers as a continual fuel source to be burned for electricity?
>If you ever want a greater symbol of the downfall of the West look no further than disposable diapers and the absolute waste they cause I don't own a car and I live within walking distance to work. I try to shop within walking distance and keep my deliveries to a minimum. I repair rather than replace electronics whenever possible, I sell and donate rather than throw away things I don't use. I feel ​like I've offset my use of disposable diapers by that. >If you ever want to do your bit for the planet reject the disposables and return to cloth. They don't even have truly great colorful designs anyway. I've tried cloth and it just doesn't do it for me, I'm a DL and that lovely disposable SAP makes all the difference for me. I suppose I could try a disposable booster in a cloth diaper, but then what's the point? >Billions of diapers end up in landfills each year which is causing humanity to literally drown the world in shit And? Your "reasoning" is that they won't decompose for hundreds of years, I find it difficult to believe it's that large of an impact, this is easy to prove, really, I'd love to see a study that tried to dig up landfills from the 80's and found an identifiable disposable from the 80's in the trash, I suspect they might find some remnants, but not a full, intact diaper. Maybe Pamperchu can finally be useful! Aside from that, though, there is FAR more waste and pollution in this world than diapers, planned obsolescence consumer goods are a much bigger problem than diapers.
>>7157 The math seems off for the image. More than ten diapers a day doesn't seem right.
>>7267 3800 / 365 is about 10.5 diapers per day.
>>7269 I know, it just seems high to me. Maybe I'm just so skewed by ABDL stuff that it seems high, not like I have much experience with kids.
>>7157 diapers (baby and adult together) make up around 1% of landfill use by volume. For comparison, paper products are something like 50% to 60%. Landfills are also not a serious problem in moderation. what we should be far more concerned about is the greenhouse gas footprint, and again, the contribution to this made by diapers is probably fairly negligible. Its an easy trap to fall into when looking at environmental concerns. We see something that looks like a serious problem, but in the bigger picture it is totally unimportant. Its a lot like crypto haters saying it has the same energy consumption of a small country. That is true, but that is less than 1% of our energy consumption. The problem isnt the1% crypto consumes, and its not even the 99% everything else does. Its our use of carbon based fuel for energy. Like the phrase "the straw that broke the camels back", if you are trying to preserve your camel, you should not start with the 1 gram straw added at the end, but on the 100 kilogram load it was already carrying. The issue of diapers is a good example of focusing on the straw.
>>7267 >>7270 Smaller bladders = more diapers used. Babs especially food can go straight through them. Kids also don't really want to be sitting around in a messy diaper and risk diaper rash.


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