nonusable

nonusable

(ˌnɒnˈjuːzəbəl)
adj
not usable; unusable
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Removing the material safely and properly from lab such as furniture, cupboards, instruments, partitions, flooring tiles and suggested, stacking the material at suggested location within the campus as usable and Nonusable etc.
These states require HW pharmaceuticals to be managed and disposed of from the site they were deemed nonusable.
Devices and accessories brought to designated collection centers will be handed over to TESAMM, a leading electronics waste recycler which will recover precious metals and plastics from the gadgets and properly dispose of nonusable items.
Remaining margin in Baltic PS is determined by nonusable capacity subtracting from reliable capacity.
The vast maiority (about 93%) of nonusable race values in this study were due to null values.
For all variables, "don't know" and nonusable responses are treated as missing values.
The area is nonusable for smoking now," said Sianis, who spoke out against the new ordinance at council meetings.
It should be noted that the authors of the swine NRC prefer to use the term ileal digestibilities rather than bioavailability to describe this information because there will be some amino acids that are absorbed in a nonusable form.
The EZLN members said they were housed in facilities with rusty cots, nonusable toilets, and no fax line.
The biological and chemical nature of the pollutants has reduced the river to a nonproductive and nonusable state (25).