nonconsuming

nonconsuming

(ˌnɒnkənˈsjuːmɪŋ) or

nonconsumptive

adj
not consuming a resource, product, or service
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Combined with the ineffectiveness of government oversight, the management of POPS has effectively screened out the nonconsuming public, activists, and the homeless from this space.
In the late 1990s, the vibration piezoelectric energy harvesting technology has been widely used to harvest environmental flow energy and convert it into vibration energy [5-9], which is a kind of micro energy technology with continuous and nonconsuming energy supply.
Thus, sensuality will only find true fulfillment insofar as it takes on a nonconsuming other-directed orientation, which is possible in light of its natural tendency to accept the guidance and persuasion of reason.
Prices for nonconsuming households are represented by regional averages reported by consuming households.
Products using new technology can start out with lower quality than established ones because they are cheaper or more easily available, and they capture a previously nonconsuming share of the market.
The GM hair Hg level of children consuming fish three or more times during the past month was twice as high as for nonconsuming children (0.16 vs.
For example, there is an undiscussed tension between the essay's endorsement of Marx's view that capitalists continually and successfully strive to keep workers' wages at a minimum on the one hand, and its emphasis on 'the sales effort' (a term not used by Marx, as a footnote acknowledges) engaged in by nonconsuming capitalists on the other--at whom is the sales effort directed?
It's understandable that the biotech industry and the political class take no notice of these nonvoting, nonconsuming, noninvesting multitudes.
"It's the best gift--free, nonconsuming, requiring only your time and a bit of planning," says Audubon spokesman Dan Taylor.