recycling

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re·cy·cling

 (rē-sī′kə-lĭng, -klĭng)
n.
1. The activity or process of extracting and reusing useful substances found in waste.
2. Materials that have been set apart from refuse so that they can be recycled: She set the recycling out by the curb.

recycling

(ˌriːˈsaɪklɪŋ)
n
1.
a. the act of processing used materials into new products for further use
b. (as modifier): a recycling centre.
2. (as modifier): a recycling centre.

recycling

Conserving by reusing (directly or after reprocessing) such used materials as aluminum, glass and paper.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.recycling - the act of processing used or abandoned materials for use in creating new productsrecycling - the act of processing used or abandoned materials for use in creating new products
usage, use, utilisation, utilization, exercise, employment - the act of using; "he warned against the use of narcotic drugs"; "skilled in the utilization of computers"
bottle collection - collecting bottles for reuse
Translations
recyklace
genbrug
kierrätys
reciklaža
リサイクル
재활용
återvinning
การนำกลับมาใช้อีก
sự tái chế

recycling

[ˌriːˈsaɪklɪŋ]
A. Nreciclado m, reciclaje m
B. CPD recycling plant Nplanta f de reciclado or reciclaje

recycling

[ˌriːˈsaɪklɪŋ]
n [paper, glass, products, materials, waste] → recyclage m
modif [bin, centre, facilities, industry, scheme] → de recyclagerecycling plant nusine f de retraitement

recycling


recycling

:
recycling bin
nRecyclingbehälter m
recycling centre
n (Brit) → Wertstoffsammelstelle f
recycling plant
nWiederaufbereitungsanlage f, → Recyclingwerk nt
recycling site

recycling

إعَادَةُ اِسْتِخْدام recyklace genbrug Recycling ανακύκλωση reciclado kierrätys recyclage reciklaža riciclaggio リサイクル 재활용 recycling resirkulering recykling reciclagem утилизация отходов återvinning การนำกลับมาใช้อีก geri dönüştürmek sự tái chế 再生

recycling

n reciclaje m
References in periodicals archive ?
By-product synergy solutions offer the possibility of recapturing this lost value by identifying new uses for these cast-off resources, potentially resulting in savings "in the six-figure range or more" (Gromacki 2009, 50) and offering obvious environmental benefits.
One such strategy is by-product synergy, which promotes joint commercial development of one economic sector with a related environmental sector.
They will begin by focusing on three areas of ongoing concern for the councils: expanding the use of clean-burning bio-fuels, creating a more sustainable strategy for the cement industry, of which China is the world's largest producer, and implementing by-product synergy, a system that allows companies from one industry to reuse by-products as feedstocks for another.
The purpose of the Recycle Georgia is to create statewide by-product synergy for commercial, industrial and institutional users.