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#1 Madmum

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Posted 14 September 2017 - 07:21 PM

Hi
Can anyone recommend a nappy bag that actually contains smells? We have 3 children in nappies ( aged 3+) and our cleaner is complaining about the smell from the bin. I triple bag and have tried putting them in a bag in a lidded bucket during the day. It is not possible to go out to put them straight in the dustbin as the caretaker suggests!
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Posted 14 September 2017 - 08:41 PM

what about something like this??

 

http://www.argos.co....ng and Changing

 

They all work in a similar way and double seal the bag and then contain them until the end of the day when they can be binned in the general waste


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#3 Stargrower

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Posted 15 September 2017 - 11:39 AM

We use a bigger version of the Sangenic nappy bin and they are excellent.  We are full daycare 0 - 5 so lots of nappies and you get no smell from the bin at all other than when you empty it.  The cassettes that go in the bin (which dispense the bag) are an expense but for us, it's well worth it.  We've used the bin for years!



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Posted 15 September 2017 - 03:34 PM

what about something like this??

 

http://www.argos.co....ng and Changing

 

They all work in a similar way and double seal the bag and then contain them until the end of the day when they can be binned in the general waste

Just seen these in Aldi - £9-99p if you are buying one.



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Posted 18 September 2017 - 08:05 PM

We send ours home with parents to dispose of.... I'm sure someone will correct me if legislation has changes but I was led to believe that with so few children in nappies we don't have to have a formal disposal system, however, as a business they shouldn't go in commercial bins but can go in residential bins....

No parent has ever complained about taking them home.... and in fact I think it is probably good as parents then know how many nappies have been changed in the day....

Hope that helps!
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