When one Australian couple learned that though they are used by only 5 percent of the world’s population, conventional disposable diapers are the third largest contributor to landfills in the world, they knew they had to do something about it. After learning that a single disposable diaper can take up to 500 years to biodegrade in the landfill, they explored alternative diapering solutions and because they lived in a drought-stricken area, cloth diapers were not a viable option. They founded gDiapers in 2004 to redefine diapers, creating stylish reusable diaper covers with disposable inserts that can be flushed, composted or tossed. Products include disposable diaper inserts, breathable cotton gPants diaper covers, cloth diaper inserts, cloth diaper liners and flushable diaper inserts. The cloth diaper inserts are a fully reusable diaper option that draws moisture away from your baby’s bottom and trap wetness so baby stays dry.