We’re constantly striving to tread a little lighter.
From manufacturers and materials, to packaging and postage, every decision is made with sustainability in mind.
When you buy from Eco Naps you become part of our tribe. Together we encourage each other to make more thoughtful environmental choices and we’re right here with you on this beautiful, wild and every-changing journey called parenting.
Disposable nappies will sit in landfill for up to 500 years. Our reusable, washable cloth designs offer eco- conscious parents an alternative to either reduce, wean off, or completely avoid using disposable nappies.
Our swing tags are printed on 100% biodegradable and recyclable card-stock while our booster kits, insert kits, nursing pads and bamboo wipes come in reusable fabric totes. Our product packaging is mindfully designed to be composted, recycled or used again.
Our products are shipped in compostable & recyclable cardboard cartons with unbleached paper stuffing to protect items in transit. We’re working towards a paper-based tape solution so we can proudly ship 100% plastic free.
Our PUL, micro-suede, bamboo terry and bamboo velour all carry OEKO-TEX STANDARD 100 certification. This is one of the strictest tests for harmful substances. We’re currently in the process of gaining OEKO-TEX STANDARD 100 certification for our bamboo fleece too.
As an environmentally conscious bunch, we power our space with solar & renewable energy sources. When it comes to office supplies (like loo-roll or tea) we choose to support local, like-minded businesses who also prioritize sustainability. We also compost & recycle 99% of our office waste.
We’re committed to giving back.
Throughout the year we raise awareness and provide valuable financial support for a variety of organizations, causes and charities through our give back product ranges and sales. Recent support includes:
For World Environment Day, we donated to Rainforest Rescue, a not-for-profit organization that has been protecting and restoring rainforests in Australia and internationally.
Indigenous Literacy Foundation
For National Reconciliation Week, we donated to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation, a national book industry charity dedicated to lifting literacy levels in remote Indigenous communities.