non-refillable

non-refillable

adj
(of a container of some kind) not capable of being used again by having more of something put inside
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Contract notice:supply of fuels by flow cards and prepaid non-refillable cards
non-refillable trigger--The larger bottle features a durable, shatter-resistant trigger.
Instead, they would have to use sealed, non-refillable bottles that must be disposed of when empty.
We are just protecting consumers", he said, and insisted that that the non-refillable bottles would also "improve hygiene.
Based on the Old Mill Park Industrial Estate in Kirkintilloch, Guala Closures produces non-refillable and aluminium bottle closures.
Based on the Old Mill Park Industrial Estate in Kirkintilloch, Guala Closures is a world leader in the production of non-refillable and aluminium bottle closures.
The order covers 500 reverse vending machine systems for refillable as well as non-refillable beverage containers.
In a detailed policy review it has noted the legal problems associated with Germany's non-refillable container mandatory deposit system: "the use of taxation to drive packaging policy can potentially disrupt the internal market if the taxes are applied in a way that protects local producers," it said.
She adds that, though non-refillable, the Luminere provides hundreds of lights.
This standard specifies management practices in the handling, cleaning, and recycling of non-refillable, high density polyethylene (HDPE) containers embossed with recycling symbol #2 up to 212 L (56 gal) that originally held pesticides and pesticide-related products labeled for agriculture, forestry, professional specialty pesticide use, and structural pest control.
Biaggio says that males won't mate again if they've used both of their non-refillable sperm-delivery organs.
For example, non-refillable glass containers are crushed and used locally as a substitute for sand.