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re·cy·cla·ble

 (rē-sī′klə-bəl)
adj.
Capable of being recycled: recyclable plastic.
n.
An item or material that can be recycled: placed the recyclables by the curb for pickup.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.recyclable - capable of being used again
useful, utile - being of use or service; "the girl felt motherly and useful"; "a useful job"; "a useful member of society"
Translations
مُمْكِن إعادَة سَبْكِه
recyklovatelný
genanvendelig
újra felhasználható
pārstrādājams
recyklovateľný
geri dönüşebilir

recyclable

[ˌriːˈsaɪkləbl] ADJreciclable

recyclable

[riːˈsaɪkləbəl]
adj [paper, materials, waste, products] → recyclable
recyclables nplrecyclables mpl, déchets mpl recyclables

recyclable

adjwiederverwertbar, recycelbar; recyclable materialswiederverwertbare Stoffe pl; recyclable wastewiederverwertbare Abfallstoffe pl, → wiederverwertbarer Müll

recycle

(riːˈsaikl) verb
to put (a used substance) through a particular process so that it is fit to use again.
recyclable adjective
that can be recycled. recyclable waste.
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The material has a much lower density in comparison to PET which makes the automated separation process very easy thus increases recyclability and reduces waste to landfill.
Plastics Recyclers Europe believes that the introduction of a EU classification system will assist designers in evaluating their creations, in addition to helping them choose the best options to improve their recyclability classification.
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TPreg maintains thermoplastic composites' advantages, including speed of conversion processes, little emission of volatile matter, thermoformability and recyclability.
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Constar submitted for a new FCN after developing new chemistry for DiamondClear technology to further enhance its barrier performance, clarity, and recyclability.
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