Nappy packaging made from responsibly sourced paper. Sounds good, right? We think so too. Bambo Nature’s baby nappies were the first in the world to attain the acknowledged Nordic Swan Ecolabel more than 25 years ago. And we now proudly introduce our eco- and skin-friendly nappies in responsibly sourced FSC®-certified paper packaging.
At the Bambo Nature production site in Denmark, we are fully engaged in manufacturing the new paper nappy packaging made from recyclable materials and we are very excited to share this innovation with you. The packaging is made from Scandinavian FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council)-certified paper and certified according to industry standards; this means that the packaging can be recycled with normal household paper waste, making it even easier for our consumers to be sustainable.
“We wish to make it easy and convenient for parents to choose a nappy that is not only completely safe for their little one, but also produced with care for the environment. We are very proud to be one of the first to introduce a recyclable nappy packaging – and we know it will become a huge success”. – Arne Terp-Nielsen, Director of ABENA Produktion.
A safe childhood and a bright future
Being innovative, thinking outside the box and striving for sustainable solutions are key elements of our company DNA, and we want to do our part in reducing the amount of plastic consumption in the world. The future of the environment, which we are leaving behind for our children, is a concern for parents all over the world. We strive to meet the growing demands for sustainable solutions, whilst still offering parents the ultimate childcare products. All this might sound rather ambitious, we know, but we wish for all children to have a safe childhood and a bright future.
One step closer to a more sustainable tomorrow
Here at Bambo Nature, we are very happy with our new innovative paper packaging, which is yet further proof of how we walk the sustainable talk. For more than 40 years we have specialised in nappies that not only care for children’s health but also for the environment, and one of our main goals has always been to design the most sustainable baby nappy possible. In combination with our other nappy packaging made of 30% post-consumer recycled plastic, this new recyclable paper packaging is a result of our commitment to continuously innovating environmental improvements.
“As a part of our company DNA, we are very conscious of our responsibility for the environment and for future generations. Our new recyclable paper packaging is one step closer to a more sustainable tomorrow.” – Arne Terp-Nielsen, Director of ABENA Produktion.
Together, we can make a difference. Join us on our journey
We are already very proud of our high-quality and ultra-absorbent nappies; the raw materials and ingredients are carefully selected and controlled, and our nappies are recommended by Asthma Allergy Nordic and certified by several official certification agencies like the Nordic Swan Ecolabel, the EU Ecolabel and the FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council). It’s true, we are good at what we do – but we always strive to do even better.
With the new recyclable paper packaging on the outside, and our eco-friendly nappies on the inside, we are taking even more steps towards a more sustainable tomorrow and we want you to join us on our journey. By choosing this paper packaging, you actively contribute to optimising use of natural resources, and that’s good for everyone. For you, for your child and for the future of our planet.
Read more about Bambo and sustainability or our responsible nappy production.
FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council) is an international non-governmental organisation dedicated to the promotion of responsible forest management worldwide. FSC® -certified products are made from raw materials from well-managed forests and responsible sources. The label’s traceability and integrity are upheld through stringent control measures and, by choosing FSC® -certified products, you help take care of forests and the people and wildlife that call them home. To learn more, visit www.fsc.org.