- n. The quality of being recyclable.
“I guess we’re not supposed to take this too seriously … In a world where sustainable design is not just defined by solar technology, we won’t be producing mono-functional objects of uncertain recyclability. memals Says:”
“Well, it takes quite a lot of things such as recyclability, reduced weight, longevity, both technically and emotionally, and the possibility to repair it before tossing it away.”
“She said the tax would be determined based on the "recyclability" of the product, among other things.”
“We go beyond the typical packaging supplier and get involved in the design and help to determine the material composition as well as the post use recyclability.”
“The packaging has met with mixed reviews from consumers and environmental advocates who remain confused as to its recyclability.”
“Here's the important distinction about paper and plastic recyclability: According to Mark Daniels of Hilex Poly, only 30% post-consumer HDPE can be used to make a new bag, which means 70% of a "recycled" plastic bag comes from virgin sources non-renewable natural gas, he says.”
“I could also spend the rest of this article calculating the potentially minimized land and water use involved in the making and transporting of the conventional cotton sheets versus the shipping-related fuel costs of the Chinese-made organic cotton ones, not to mention the recyclability of their PVC packaging.”
“It complained: "While all showed they try to address the recyclability of paper cups, we thought none of them go far enough.”
“Keep in mind, too, that much consumer confusion surrounds the biodegradability and recyclability of bioplastics.”
“Eliminating these substances will decrease exposure to workers and consumers and will increase the recyclability and reusability of electronic products.”
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