unrecyclable

unrecyclable

(ˌʌnriːˈsaɪkləbəl)
adj
(of trash, waste material, etc) not able to be recycled or made into a new product
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The campaign against unrecyclable plastic objects is being waged all across the world, but Taiwan's plan is more far-reaching than any other, according to Global Citizen.
He said, "As a child I couldn't wait to tear open new boxes of skate gear, little did I know that the materials were unrecyclable and contributed to our current plastic crisis.
Legislation needs to set a date after which the continued production of unrecyclable coffee cups is banned by law.
Legislation needs to set a date after which production of unrecyclable cups is banned.
33 billion investment in the Georgetown, Kentucky, plant where the Camry is assembled would include a new paint shop that will eliminate a currently unrecyclable hazardous waste by-product of preparing aluminium for painting.
Traditionally, release liners have been unrecyclable because they are coated in large amounts of silicone.
But while some lab employees believe all laboratory waste is unrecyclable, more and more labs are realizing this is not the case, and have begun to utilize the resources available to them.
Despite increasing rates of recycling in the UK, the vast majority of the 300 million tonnes of plastic produced globally each year remains unrecyclable.
for example, scientists have redesigned the stand-up pouch, so that instead of being made from two different materials, PET and polyethylene (PE), thus rendering it unrecyclable, it is now produced from two different types of PE--and hence recyclable.
These methods have gained momentum as more companies are committing to creating or redesigning existing packages that are recyclable in the process of phasing out unrecyclable ones.
iFixit, a website known for dismantling smartphones and accessories down to their basic components has torn down the AirPods and found the earphones are not just irreparable, but that they may also be unrecyclable - going against the Apple tradition of creating devices that don't end up as e-waste.