nonplastic

nonplastic

(ˌnɒnˈplæstɪk)
adj
not made of plastic
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Fuller's earth/Bentonite is nonplastic clay usually contain appreciable magnesia and valued for its decolorizing and purifying properties.
The advancement of technology and benefits in the PVC pipe industry is growing at a rapid pace, and the PVC pipe portal allows PVC4Pipes to communicate with its multitude of audiences, direct visitors to the company's website and differentiate PVC pipe solutions from antiquate nonplastic pipe systems, Bernardi said.
It changes color and then you get all these silver sparkles, which are nonplastic and PET-free.
Articles with full text accessible were further evaluated and addressing fat grafting with other types of grafts and for nonplastic surgery applications were excluded.
The material is fully recyclable, accepted in the waste stream, raising the environmental profiles of retailers, processors and fruit growers and their marketing distributors with its nonplastic appearance and low carbon manufacture exceeding Courtauld 3 objectives.
Or nonplastic items can be removed from a load of water bottles, leaving only the plastics that can be recycled.
It depends on your audience and the focus of the event Here are some examples of nonplastic green gifts items: eco thumb drives, eco folders, blankets, metal water bottles, coffee mugs, USB keys, recycled paper journals or notebooks, recycled glass awards.
David Cooper, Chairman of the Fraud Control Steering Group, the payment industry's leading fraud prevention group, said of the nonplastic related fraud losses: "The fight against fraud can only be effective with a joined-up approach.
Investigates the commercial marketplace for new nonplastic products; and
and an outermost layer (layer C) directly laminated on the layer B, comprising at least a nonplastic thermoplastic resin layer at 25[degrees] C.
At least 80% of plastic material and nonplastic material in municipal solids were recognized by Van den Broeka [19].