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single-use

adj
made to be used once only
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An international ocean conservation group has appealed for the speedy passage of a national policy against single-use plastic that, it said, pollutes the ocean and chokes marine life.
Simon said the policy against single-use plastic is 'nowhere as important' as in the Philippines, where a great majority of people rely on marine resources for both food and livelihood.
The local council is eyeing to prohibit 'single-use plastics' not only in this resort island but in the entire Malay town.
Single-use plastics, also known as disposable plastics, are products used only once.
Opinions on Texas law from the attorney general's office are not binding, though they do carry weight statewide and could make other cities reconsider possible bans or restrictions on the use of single-use bags.
When it comes to restrictions on single-use bags, like Brownsville $1 fee-per-bag or Dallas' recently passed nickel-per-bag fee, Abbott has a narrower view: He doesn't think Texas law allows fees for bags at all, though it's still not totally clear if single-use bags are indeed "containers or packages" in the law his office refers to.
The pharmaceutical industry has embraced the concept of single-use systems.
In order to transfer the benefits of automation to a single-use TFF system, Schick set out to develop a single-use flow manifold that incorporates disposable pressure, conductivity and temperature sensors.
If a package requires downcycling, it is essentially a single-use container.
Guterres further said the UN aims to lead by example, with more than 30 of its agencies have begun working to end the use of single-use plastic.
Lukacs pointed out several challenges to recycling at large events, including the large amounts of single-use items and the high percentage of food discards and resulting contamination.

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