Salt Lake City, UT – Locally owned North American Diaper Company announced today that it has begun research on an advanced diaper core. Disposable diapers have been maligned because of their environmental impact; more specifically the amount of landfill space. NADC will engage in research to produce a “core-less” diaper by the end of 2014. This will reduce the environmental impact of disposable diapers on landfills by 50%.
The core of a diaper, comprised of a fiber and super absorbent, is 50% of a diaper’s weight and volume. NADC purchased technology earlier in 2013 to allow it to run diapers that have a “recycled” core. It will use this technology in its new facility to open July 2013 and this will reduce the environmental impact of disposable diapers.
To take this a step further, NADC will focus all R&D spend on developing the “core-less” diaper with effective absorption. This will reduce the environmental impact of disposable diapers and lower the cost of diapers so that diapers become less of an economic challenge for families and less of an issue for future generations.
About North American Diaper Company
North American Diaper Company (NADC) is a global distributor of environmentally-low impact disposable diapers. Since its inception this year, NADC has secured domestic and international customers and plans to open its first manufacturing facility in 2013 with the support of an exceptional Board of Directors.