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Something New, Different and Needed by Many!!

Posted Jul 13 2013 5:17pm

Wearever – An Adult Diaper That Won’t Harm the Environment

Did you know 2 percent of American landfills are children’s disposable diapers? If not, you’ll be shocked to learn that more than three times that is adult diapers. That’s right – 7 percent of all landfills or 17.5 million tons of garbage are adult diapers, making it the third largest consumer item in U.S. landfills.

With 30 million adult Americans living with urinary incontinence (including those with Alzheimer’s) and landfills overflowing (one so large it can literally be seen from space), something needs to change!
Whether light, moderate or heavy incontinence, many people deal with these issues through disposable adult diapers. Although sometimes labeled biodegradable, that can be a cryptic word without a clear meaning. According to the California Integrated Waste Management Board, not even biodegradable diapers break down in a landfill. It can take up to 500 years for a disposable diaper to decompose. Not only that, but Natural-Environment.com found that more than 82,000 tons of plastic and 250,000 trees are used to make disposable diapers each year.
Enter Wearever. Wearever offers an alternative that results in ZERO waste in a year compared to thousands of disposable diapers. It’s a line of men’s and women’s underwear that are washable and reusable, and feature an innovative absorbent pad. They work just as well if not better than diapers for those living with urinary incontinence, but with the added benefits of better comfort (since they are made from cotton or similar fabrics rather than plastic), no embarrassment (since no one would know you are wearing them) and better for the environment. Even better, they save the average wearer about $500 a year over the cost of disposables.
The average wearer sends approximately 1,100 to 1,500 diapers a year to landfills. Multiplied by millions of wearers, that means billions of adult diapers each year.
It can’t be disputed that adult diapers are bad for the environment.
Caregivers and those dealing with incontinence on a daily basis should be aware of the environmentally friendly options available to them. Whenever possible, use washable, reusable options like Wearever that don’t contribute to daily waste. Next time you’re picking out incontinence products, keep this post in mind. Make sure you explore all options for dealing with incontinence.
About the author:  Mandy Harrell is the brand manager for Wearever. Wearever offers comfortable, quality, affordable and stylish apparel solutions for everyday health and wellness concerns. The men’s and women’s underwear line of washable, reusable urinary incontinence panties and briefs is especially beneficial for active individuals who want to continue their normal lifestyle without worry or emotional stress resulting from urinary incontinence. To learn more, visit www.WeareverUS.com .

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You all know I do not personally endorse products, however since I belong in this category, I decided to try the product. My wife said no to the lace panties and that I was too old to play dress up anymore. She is just no fun at times. So fellows I tried the briefs and the boxers. The briefs were fine. I have to say the boxers were the best undergarments (see I am keeping it adult here) that I have ever worn bar none. The do not ride up, give you a wedgey or any of those things. They are soft and comfortable. I did not even sweat in them like I normally do. Yes I am going to by more. Make up your own mine. A little pricey up front but consider the number of times they can be washed they are very inexpensive. No more depends, won’t see me at the landfills anymore. Happy, well you know.
God Bless,

joe

PS> you can tell i only wrote that after the ### marks.
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