Why can’t disposable diapers be less, well, disposable?

We believe they can. With our optional REDYPER™ program families can opt into curbside pickups or ship their soiled products back to us for responsible disposal.

Options that fit you

Our REDYPER™ service is offered in 21 cities and growing with a convenient curbside pickup.

Everywhere else, our unique mail-away option is available for an additional fee through our exclusive partnership with TerraCycle.

Curbside Pickup

Our drivers will pickup your soiled diapers and wipes on a set bi-weekly schedule. Simply leave the bag on your doorstep before 6am and they wil be transported to our sorting facility.

Mail Away

Purchase our prepaid return box that contains everything needed to safely ship your diapers and wipes back to our regional sorting center, powered by TerraCycle.

We're growing our network

Los Angeles

Nashville

Austin

New York City

Philladephia

Bay Area

Want REDYPER™ in your city? Send us an email at redyper@dyper.com and let us know. We’re working on adding new locations every day.

The diapers you wore as a baby are still in a landfill somewhere.

The diapers you wore as a baby are still in a landfill somewhere.

But it doesn’t have to be that way. The average child uses more than 3,700 diapers by the time they’re potty trained. Millions of pounds of dirty diapers are added to landfills each week. Multiply that by the 500 years it takes for diapers to degrade, and you’ve got a big messy problem. 

We believe children deserve a kinder future – filled with tall trees, fresh air and thriving biodiversity. And that’s why we developed our signature REDYPER™ program. Offered in 21 cities and counting, we’ll pick up your used diapers, for an additional fee, and turn them into something useful. And the best part? We’ve made it as easy as possible for parents – so you can feel good about the diapers you use, even when life gets chaotic.

How to REDYPER

Roll up your dirty diapers, training pants and wipes.

Store them in approved compostable bags.

Leave the bag on your doorstep on your set schedule.

Our drivers pick them up and take them away.

We’ve saved more than 10 million pounds of diapers from landfills and turned them into something useful. Join us and help protect your baby’s future with every diaper they use.

A few quick answers

Where is the service available?

Curbside pickup is only available in select cities and we are expanding every day. If you are eligible for the local pickup program it will show in your profile.

CURRENT CITIES

Atlanta • Austin • Boston • Chicago • Denver/Boulder • Los Angeles • Milwaukee • Minneapolis • Nashville • New York City • Newark • Philadelphia • Phoenix • Portland • Sacramento • Salt Lake City • San Diego • San Francisco • Seattle • Washington D.C. • Raleigh

Alternatively, you can acquire our mail-away kit and send the diapers and wipes back to us at your convenience.

Where are diapers picked up?

We recommend that your pick-up takes place at your front door. Please reach out to us at if you require a different pick-up location or any specific pick-up instructions. Easy.

How often do you pickup?

We will pick up your soiled diapers and wipes every two weeks. We come on the same day of the week, every other week, on your assigned service day.

You will see your upcoming schedule of pickups in your profile.

How does composting differ from recycling?

Recycling involves reprocessing old materials into new raw materials, which can later be used to create new products. Glass, plastic, paper, textiles, and metals are commonly recycled.

Composting is the natural decaying of biodegradable organic material, producing nutrient rich top-soil. The composting process occurs normally in nature, but very slowly (measured in years).

Our Industrial Composting process accelerates the natural process of decomposition by actively controlling the composting conditions (temperatures, aeration, carbon, and nitrogen content) that allow aerobic bacteria to thrive, producing the end product in as little as 14 weeks.

What can't get composted will get filtered out before compost is used for commercial purposes.