compactible

Related to compactible: compatible

compactible

(kəmˈpæktəbəl)
adj
able to be made compact
References in periodicals archive ?
Some customers used the opportunity to swap their SIM cards for 4G compactible SIMS while others replaced their lost cards.
It is foreseeable that the denser, more compactible non-recyclable waste stream could have a "discounted" rate for hauling and disposal in comparison to unseparated garbage.
layer of Class V or other compactible gravel, dampen it and run the compactor over it four times.
Ninety-four percent of the waste stream consists of compactible materials.
Rotational compaction tools cannot be guided while boring and are limited to straight line bores in compactible soils.
Built on soft, compactible sediments, Venice is slowly sinking under its own weight.
With limited landfill space available for the future, mattresses consume 600 percent more compactible space than normal compactible trash.
ATC engineers believe that a version of the sensor that uses a dial-type pressure gauge could help farmers decide whether to conduct field operations on a given day or wait for less compactible conditions.