nonreusable

nonreusable

(ˌnɒnriːˈjuːzəbəl)
adj
not capable of being reused
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org/stop-using-disposable-plastic/) stop using nonreusable plastic or (http://www.
After purchasing a bulk amount of drugs, Precision Dose sealed them in nonreusable single-dose containers and sold them.
Laboratory equipment was decontaminated immediately after use and all nonreusable equipment was autoclaved before disposal.
Odeh believes her most significant accomplishment has been to get the university to commit to maintain the condition of campus water fountains and consider a proposal to ban the sale of nonreusable water bottles on campus.
The HSRPs also have a snap- lock system which is non- removable and nonreusable.
Available in the Uniject injection device, the contraceptive comes in a single-dose, prefilled, nonreusable package; can be easily administered by community health workers; and carries the potential for self-injection.
According to the proposed LOs lifecycle workflow, the cost needed to create a reusable LO (C2CRLO), includes the cost needed to create a nonreusable LO (C2CNRLO), as well as the additional cost needed to create a reusable LO (ADC4RLO).
There is a large variety of composites based on polypropylene (PP) (19-32)--including elastomeric components of nonreusable syringes (33).
Of that, he said, only one billion yuan had been for nonreusable equipment.
John Brown of Eugene, a property appraiser and river lover, is trying to line up hauling companies to donate trucks and drivers for a day, perhaps next weekend, to move the nonreusable materials to a dump.
Last year close to 90 billion liters of bottled water were sold around the world--most of it in nonreusable plastic containers, bringing in profits of $22 billion to this highly polluting industry.