polyethene


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polyethene

(ˌpɒlɪˈɛθiːn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) the systematic name for polythene
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These polyethene shopper bags are very light in weight and discarded after one use due to their poor quality.
Microplastics not only originate from the large plastic debris, but they are also found in seawater in the form of microbeads which are tiny pieces of manufactured polyethene plastic.
Samples for physical and chemical parameters were collected in 1-litre polyethene bottles while for heavy metals analysis samples were preserved using HNO3 in separate 500 ml bottles.
With assistance from the government, scientists have cracked genome of jute, and invented golden bag as an alternative to polyethene bag.
Strictly ban the usage of non-biodegradable polyethene plastic bags.
Brick carton packaging is either square or rectangular in shape and is made of aluminium, paperboard or low-density polyethene. Brick carton packaging is available in a range of sizes and with or without closure.
The ministry was also scaling up efforts to turn the federal capital plastic bags and one time use polyethene plastic products.
Miniwiz were also responsible for the polyethene modules (Polli-Bricks) that make up Taipei's EcoARK Pavilion building-a nine-storey construction in the city center designed by Huang.
The WC insert is offered in e+ polyethene, formulated to reduce long-term wear, (3) while the insert is designed to provide the necessary support and stability in knees with supportive soft tissue deficiencies.