no- i didnt know you had to??
i will from now on
oh and also... in 2006 spinach was banned from being sold in the USA and Canada because of people becoming violently ill and some people died after becoming so ill from it.
Human feces had somehow contamined the soil it was being grown in!
So yeah, it is not unfathomable that your babies poo could become an issue one day. If poo was not an issue, we wouldn't spend billions treating our waste, we would just save money and throw out every ones poo with the trash.
Last edited by TinyLittleTootsies; 20-04-2011 at 12:04. Reason: sp
One of the major dangers of chucking poo in the rubbish is diseases that live on in the ground long after the rest of waste has bio-degraded..for example, the bubonic plague can live on in the soil for hundreds of years, and the last major break-out of the plague was 15 years ago, so it is worthwhile considering what you are throwing into the rubbish. All of those post-immunisation poos could be carrying nasties that will re-activate an epidemic in the population long when we thought such diseases were eradicated.
All of this talk of landfill makes me think of my favoutire piece of trivia...What is the largest man-made structure in the world?.. Fresh Kils. Yay, a rubbish dump is the winner of that one.
London - this it?
Whatever rolls off gets flushed, whatever is smeared on gets binned.
This is the one I found.
I bin or flush. It depends on circumstances. The other day I was taking off his overnight nappy in the toilet and it was a hard one, so I popped it in the toilet. But usually it's quickly bagged and binned before I gag.
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