Wee Generation Eco-Diaper Bag: An Earth-Friendly Alternative

08/27/2008 at 06:00 AM ET
WeegenerationdiaperbagWee Generation Eco-Diaper Bag

Being green just got a little easier for moms. Wee Generation (a company comprised of eco-warriors including Seventh Generation, Healthy Child World and William McDonough) has created a limited-edition Eco-Diaper Bag that’s environmentally-friendly inside and out.

The fabric is made of 100% recycled plastic bottles, it has a PVC-free waterproof liner, stroller attachment straps and all the other pockets, bells and whistles you need in a diaper bag.

The price, $200, is a little steep, but consider this—in addition to the bag, it’s stuffed with $100 worth of green products, a copy of Naturally Clean, the Seventh Generation Guide to Safe and Healthy Non-Toxic Cleaning (plus coupons), a Wee Generation baby tee and more. Plus, 100% of the profits benefits Healthy Child World, a childrens environmental health and eco-advocacy non-profit organization.

The bags, which come in several patterns, are only available until the end of 2008.

— Danielle D.

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I just want to respectfully make it clear that, even though they are touted as “natural”, the Seventh Generation unbleached diapers are still disposables & still take the same amount of time (500 years) to degrade in a landfill. Not to mention the plastic they are packaged in.

Let’s not lull ourselves into a false sense of security by the words “eco”, “natural” & “unbleached”. Those are marketing tools & it is our responsibility to make truly informed choices by thoroughly investigating all of our options.

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