Hey, I'm all for making people painfully aware of the environmental impact their disposable diaper-wearing kid will have ["this baby will create one ton of soiled diapers by the time he's potty trained." "disposable diapers: guaranteed to last 500 years in a landfill," etc.] just as long as there's a productive, positive response to the guilt that gets produced.
Well, now there is. Thanks to the efforts of Smallplanet and the remarkable disposable diaper composting/recycling technology of Knowaste, you can take action, and eliminate 90-95% of the landfill-filling waste generated by your kids disposable diapers. It'll be efficiently and cleanly transformed into energy-producing fuel and recycled plastic materials.
Sounds perfect! What do you have to do? It's very simple: Move to the suburbs of Toronto.
Well, now that that problem's solved, I'm gonna load up the Hummer with old batteries and lead paint, and I'm gonna dump them in the wetlands over by the hog farm lagoon.
Smallplanet: "convenience [for several Canadians] with a conscience" [smallplanetinc.com, via treehugger]
Knowaste [also available in Arnhem, NL!] [knowaste.com]