nonrecyclable

nonrecyclable

(ˌnɒnriːˈsaɪkləbəl)
adj
not able to be recycled

non•re•cy•cla•ble

(ˌnɒn riˈsaɪ klə bəl)

adj.
not able to be processed or treated for reuse in some form: The embossed numbers indicate which plastic containers are nonrecyclable.
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A spokeswoman for the Cwm Taf UHB said: "The plastic and aluminium inhaler parts will be recycled into new products such as garden furniture, and any nonrecyclable waste will be converted into electricity or heat.
Similarly, residual wastes are wastes that are nonbiodegradable, noncompostable and nonrecyclable.
The Parc Adfer project, being developed by Wheelabrator Technologies, In 2014, will burn nonrecyclable waste from the five local authorities that make up the North Wales Residual Waste Treatment Project (NWRWTP) - Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Gwynedd and the Anglesey councils.
It's beyond and leaves with piles much fills up First of all you have to penetrate the nonrecyclable plastic film, which is put on so tight that it sends you shuffling off in your slippers to find something sharp with which to penetrate it.
Wet wipes are nonrecyclable and shouldn't be flushed either.
Recent research points the way toward chemical recycling methods with lower energy requirements, compatibilization of mixed plastic wastes to avoid the need for sorting, and expanding recycling technologies to traditionally nonrecyclable polymers," wrote the article authors, Megan L.
Don't throw garbage or nonrecyclable items into recycling carts.
Another problem is the management of waste such as nonrecyclable plastics and others, which have a combustible component and can therefore be used to generate refuse-derived fuel (RDF).
This posed an interesting ethical dilemma within a course designed to increase awareness of the environmental impact (especially water usage) of producing such manufactured and nonrecyclable products.
Dimension Question Nature To what degree does ICT use result in the depletion of nonrenewable natural resources, the consumption of nonrenewable energy resources, the production of nonrecyclable (e-)waste, and in pollution?
Because wood pulp is cheap and a byproduct of a number of industries, the flooring produced from it would be as affordable as conventional materials in contrast to current materials used for harnessing footstep energy that are costly, nonrecyclable and impractical on a large scale.