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Right now, more adult incontinence products than baby nappies go to landfill. By 2030, it could be ten times higher

By Beth Rounsefell, Casual Academic, The University of Queensland
Emma Thompson-Brewster, Lecturer, Southern Cross University
Kate O'Brien, Professor, The University of Queensland
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Could we divert incontinence products from landfill? Yes – if we tackle social stigma and access to affordable health services, encourage biodegradable products and introduce supportive waste policiesThe Conversation

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