nondegradable

nondegradable

(ˌnɒndɪˈɡreɪdəbəl)
adj
(Environmental Science) ecology (of a substance, packaging, etc) incapable of being broken down into simple compounds
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While the industry adjusts to the new USP 800 compliance, some certifiers and design teams have interpreted portions of the guideline differently, such as proper pharmacy surfaces and finishes or what constitutes an accessible, cleanable, and nondegradable material.
Plastics are nondegradable materials, which means they will not be absorbed by the environment, they take millions of years to be recycled.
products with a certain nondegradable plastic content.
'Under the said SRO, no person shall import, manufacture, stockpile, trade, supply, distribute, sell or use any scheduled plastic product which is nondegradable,' the official sources said.
In the same time, the designing and manufacturing of the eco-friendly green polymeric materials has been emerged in counterpart to nondegradable plastic that generate environmental pollution after their service life is over.
Hard chewable substances mainly betel quid and areca nut or mixture of quid or chew in a combination of areca nut, betel leaf, slaked lime, tobacco leads to juxta epithelial inflammation followed by increased fibroblastic activity and formation of collagen fibres in the lamina propria of the oral mucous membrane [8] These collagen fibres are nondegradable and results in reduced phagocytic activity leads to submucosal fibrosis.
And according to the report, 70 percent of marine litter is nondegradable plastic, which is projected to increase threefold between 2015 and 2025.
O-carboxyanhydrides are made out of amino acids, which are natural organic compounds, so these polyesters would degrade, unlike the current nondegradable polyolefins.
The use of nondegradable single use plastics, and the damage their pollution is doing particularly to the world's oceans where they are often dumped, has become a hot political issue in recent months.
Last month, Environment Secretary Michael Gove said he was "haunted" by Blue Planet II, which documented how sea creatures are dying from ingesting the nondegradable waste.
Meanwhile, drugs may not be releasable when they are entrapped in a nondegradable vehicle (only the released drugs are essential for the therapeutic efficacy) [27].
Plastics are inert and nondegradable materials and cannot break down in nature and this leads the waste to be aggregated and thereby causes environmental pollution.