Some articles on menstrual, disposable, disposable menstrual products:
... Cloth menstrual pads are environmentally friendly and do not contribute to landfill as they are reusable and do not come in or contain plastic packaging ... When cloth menstrual pads wear out (after years of use), those made from natural materials can be composted whereas disposable sanitary napkins made from synthetic materials cannot ... Fewer chemicals are used in the cloth compared to disposable menstrual products ...
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