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Posted by: J.P.Marini on 9/20/04 Title: Diaper Recycling
Postnum: 274 EntryID:1210
Is anybody familiar with diaper composting?

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Posted by: Mike Johnston on 9/20/04 Title: Re: Diaper Recycling
Postnum: 274 EntryID:1211
I have read some articles on Planet Ark and ENN about a company that has patented a recycling program for disposable diapers. They did not go into detail beyond that the first step is to shred them to allow for better aeration, a necessary step in composting. Both of these web sites archeive thier stories so you should be able to find the article. Both also offer a daily e-mail newsletter if you are interested.

Mike J.

Posted by: Hu Jun on 10/7/04 Title: Re: Diaper Recycling
Postnum: 274 EntryID:1226
Do you tell me their e-mail ?

thank you

B.REgards Hu Jun

e-mail; hxiaojun2001@yahoo.com.cn

Posted by: Hwan Lee on 11/30/04 Title: Re: Diaper Recycling
Postnum: 274 EntryID:1276
someone posted info on this too http://www.canadianenvironmental.com/solutionboard/app_master.cfm?action=detail&PostNum=264&Thread=1&roomID=1&entryID=1174

Posted by: J.P. Marini on 12/1/04 Title: Re: Diaper Recycling
Postnum: 274 EntryID:1277
We are in the process of developing an operation for composting diapers with organic municipal waste. Does anybody have any experience with this?

Posted by: Disposal Alternatives on 5/23/06 Title: Re: Diaper Recycling
Postnum: 274 EntryID:1596
We have a small pilot program running and are in the engineering phase, building a processor that will seperate the plastics from the rest of the diapers materials. This processor will then yeild the plastics for recycling or another disposal method while destroying the remains via grinding and composting.


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