disposable goods

disposable goods

pl n
(Marketing) consumer goods that are used up a short time after purchase, including perishables, newspapers, clothes, etc. Also called: disposables Compare durable goods
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Company supplies disposable goods to surgery centers, medical facilities, labs, EMS suppliers, home health care providers & medical distributors nationwide with a focus on South Florida.
The disposable goods market has surely improved the quality of lives ever since a forward-thinking U.
Not only does the company help reduce waste- in an overcrowded marketplace of fast-solution disposable goods that are guaranteed to fall apart after a short time- they've perfected the full-service model, far surpassing the capabilities of other sites in the space by building a streamlined, hassle-free experience for both the buyers and sellers.
We are discovering a history of poor children being treated like disposable goods by people in high places and no one batted an eyelid.
Abstract: PCBs for handheld devices are no longer considered disposable goods, and their bills of materials start from $150, with higher-end smartphones going up to $238, and tablets well over $300.
Contract award: vascular surgical disposable goods provision.
These people are used as consumable and disposable goods.
Guns, drugs, and homelessness are not pleasant topics, but I wanted to explore in my book the idea that children from this background are redeemable and not disposable goods," Milardo said.
The advice included sharing magazine and newspaper subscriptions with a friend or a colleague, signing up for electronic bill payment and notifications, and refraining from using disposable goods.
In addition to Spuntech and Albaad, major Israeli nonwovens producers include Shalag Industries, which also serves the wipes and other hygiene industries, and Avgol Nonwovens industries, which is one of the world's largest makers of sptinbond nonwoven fabrics for baby diapers and other disposable goods.
Further gains will be limited by the maturity of a number of disposable goods markets for nonwovens, including baby diapers.
Ms Portas blamed the cheap money of the boom years with three-for-one-deals and cheap and disposable goods from China and India for wrecking our high streets.

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