- n. Plural form of biodegradable.
“Six days a week the Zabaleen meticulously organize the city's trash into metals, plastics, glass, textiles, biodegradables, etc.”
“Hit the beach, roll up your sleeves and volunteer to pick up that trash even when no one is watching, eat "blue" by making the most local and sustainable choices and shop "blue" by looking for reusables and biodegradables first.”
“The Germans recycle like mad (the average apartment building has five types of recycle bins: biodegradables, dark glass, white glass, paper, and plastic), are quick to top buildings off with lush green roofs, and implement stringent carbon dioxide emission laws.”
“He is intelligent on fair trade and the “muck and mysticism” of organic farming and understanding about our unfortunate confusion over biodegradables...”
“On the other side of the balance sheet, I do very well with gasoline non consumption and I minimize non biodegradables.”
“Republican Rep. Dan Lungren of California, the chairman of the House Administration Committee, is the one who dropped the biodegradables.”
“Winona Home & Living Examiner rates this: Reduce landfill burdens with biodegradables”
“PLA and PHAs will be complementary materials in the emerging biodegradables market.”
“Other healthy green practices include eschewing trans fat, using fewer "ruminant" meats such as beef and lamb, reducing food waste (by serving smaller portions) and using biodegradables.”
“Over the years, plastics have transformed into various hybrids, biodegradables, bags, bottles and clamshells.”
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