disposable goods

disposable goods

pl n
(Marketing) consumer goods that are used up a short time after purchase, including perishables, newspapers, clothes, etc. Also called: disposables Compare durable goods
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'It's high time for the Philippines to disallow garbage imports and to demand that developed countries, as well as manufacturers of plastics and other disposable goods, take full responsibility for their products throughout their whole life cycle,' she said.
Lucero noted that local authorities should put an end to these "garbage imports and to demand that developed countries, manufacturers of plastics and other disposable goods, take full responsibility for their products throughout their whole life cycle".
However, the system does not cover perishable and disposable goods, or those that will be subject to processing or repair.
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Citizens need to do their part too by making efforts to reduce use of plastics, disposable goods and produce less solid waste.
All the affected services following a fire at the disposable goods store of the National Forensic Medicine Institute (IPFN), Kuala Lumpur Hospital (HKL) yesterday have recovered except for a few telephone lines which were being maintained.
The bulk of regional trade consists of surgical instruments (40 percent); disposable goods, such as hospital supplies (24 percent); and therapeutic devices, such as orthopedic devices, hearing aids, and pacemakers (19 percent).
Some people associate nonwovens with apparel interlinings, others think only of disposable goods and most really seem to sandwich the material somewhere between a textile and a piece of paper.
They have been treated like pieces of garbage, disposable goods that could be dumped along with other items after Christmas.
Using these consumer products as our baseline for disposable equipment, we'll now turn to military needs and the applicability of disposable goods to a customer that often measures effectiveness in decades.