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As consumers, many of us are making a shift towards living more conscious and sustainable lifestyles. And those choices even trickle down to how we diaper our little ones.
Liz Turrigiano helped usher in a more eco-friendly approach to diaper life when she co-founded Diaperkind, a Brooklyn-based cloth diaper and laundering service in 2009. Over the years, she’s collected insights about what makes for a top-notch cloth diaper and how to make sustainable diaper choices more accessible and manageable. And she was inspired to co-create another company to help families keep things covered all around the world.
So, I sat down with Liz to learn more about her new venture, Esembly, a diapering system designed to help families live less disposably.
In episode 050, Liz shares:
- how sustainability is being woven into every single aspect of the business
- how much $ families can save in saying goodbye to disposable diapers (we’re talking 4 figures)
- exactly how to wash cloth diapers without getting poop all over the washing machine
- tips for cloth diapering on the go
And so much more. Press play to tune in. You won’t want to miss this honest conversation.