recyclist

recyclist

(riːˈsaɪklɪst)
n
a person who recycles
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Stratford-on-Avon District Council: 61.3 per cent of household waste recycled Warwick District Council: 54.7 per cent of household waste recycled Warwickshire County Council: 54.4 per cent of household waste recycled Rugby Borough Council: 50.1 per cent of household waste recycled North Warwickshire Borough: 46.2 per cent of household waste recycled Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council: 43.8 per cent of household waste recycled Coventry City Council: 29.9 per cent of household waste recycled According to smartphone recyclist, Envirofone, rising levels of consumerism, an increase in non-biodegradable packaging, and an ever growing population have all contributed to larger amounts of waste being created.
My mother politely informed me it was the nutrients in her "fertilizer." I now suspect my mother was an early recyclist ...
Last year it acquired three Yorkshire firms; Monckton Coke & Chemical Company for pounds 13.9m, Norec for pounds 5.5m and tyre recyclist Granutyre.
Last year it acquired three Yorkshire firms: Monckton Coke & Chemical Company for pounds 13.9m, Norec for pounds 5.5m and tyre recyclist Granutyre.
Graffiti artist Futura has also created his own Game Boy, as have leading technical designer Pablo Chappell and the Japanese creative recyclist Noki.
The Recyclist from MAB Designs is a dual bin organizer to provide a convenient and space saving system for separating regular waste from recyclables or compost, the company says.
The 69-year-old Cardiff sculptor has caught the eye of the eight competition judges with her piece The Recyclist (pictured), which is made out of paper from the Yellow Pages telephone directory.
McGlynn, of 233 Cedar St., Fitchburg, a woman of indomitable spirit, a wife with unflinching love, a kind mother with enduring patience, a dedicated nurse who never left a patient uncomforted, an accepting and undemanding family member, a friend who always listened, an active church member who understood the true gift of giving, a bird lover of distinction, a bargain hunter who never willingly passed a dollar store, a smart humorist with spontaneous one-liners, a major Disney aficionado, an avid recyclist, a person who loved to be outdoors gardening or swimming, and who diligently followed the Serenity Prayer, finally did succumb to the overwhelming effects of cancer that she bravely fought for one and one-half years on Feb 1st, 2007.
Recently it has acquired three Yorkshire firms: Monckton Coke & Chemical Company for pounds 13.9m, Norec for pounds 5.5m and tyre recyclist Granutyre.
As the great recyclists of the Valleys we are always on the lookout for others discarded materials.
Sponsorship has also helped the club, and Colin Hobson & Son, Textile Recyclists of Kirkburton, have backed the club with a strip.
My wife and children are also committed recyclists, although they tend to poke fun at me sometimes when I have to remind them to take a tin out of the normal waste bin.