City of Mitcham approves Eenee Nappies ...


NDIS registered

You can now buy your incontinence products from us using the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

Please select 'Payment on account' and include a note in the 'message to us' when you check out if you would like to do this, or send a separate email with your NDIS registration number for us to make a full claim for your order.

You need to be registered with NDIS and your support manager needs to have consumables listed as an option for you to use this service.


Now offering FREE road freight on orders over $100 to the greater Melbourne area, also you can save with Auto Ship monthly subscriptions.

Contact us for updated information on organics collection in Melbourne.

We have a contractor looking to provide an organics bin collection service in the Melbourne area.  The contractor will collect and commercially compost the eenee compostable nappies and your food waste . If you are interested in having this service in Melbourne, please email us with your contact details so that we can provide more information email:

 'Recycling' the eenee compopstable nappies is only one of the benefits, we hope you choose to support our products so that you can enjoy the other benefits e.g. minimal resources used per nappy, more sustainable materials and breathable biofilm for a more comfortable fit.  We have been, and will continue to work with Councils around Australia to progress commercial composting and the 'recycling' of organics waste.  Your continued support will help us with this endeavor.  



The City of Mitcham has approved Eenee Compostables (uPads) for inclusion in household green bins

The City of Mitcham takes in the suburbs of Bedford Park, Belair, Bellevue Heights, Blackwood, Brownhill Creek, Clapham, Clarence Gardens, Colonel Light Gardens, Coromandel Valley, Craigburn Farm, Cumberland Park, Daw Park, Eden Hills, Glenalta, Hawthorn, Hawthorndene, Kingswood, Lower Mitcham, Lynton, Melrose Park, Mitcham, Netherby, Panorama, Pasadena, Springfield, St Marys, Torrens Park, Upper Sturt, Urrbrae and Westbourne Park.

Please ensure soiled Eenee Compostables (uPads) are placed in a fully compostable bag before placing in the green bin.  You can find economical supplies of compostable bags through The City of Mitcham here:-