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- n. The practice of sorting and collecting waste materials for new use.
- n. Those materials culled for recycling.
- v. Present participle of recycle.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of processing used or abandoned materials for use in creating new products
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Lets not use the term recycling, but that is pretty much what IWC is doing right here.
All this recycling is a very good thing indeed, because lead poisoning is nasty:
Idea recycling is a cheap, easy way to keep churning out movies and collecting the millions of dollars that moviegoers eagerly fork over every week for 100 minutes of escapist diversion.
Now that's what you call recycling: Climate campaigners to cross ocean in plastic boat kept ...
Related: “Wine bottle recycling is low – but some bottles getting lighter”
RECYCLE: Plastic recycling is beneficial because it decreases the amount of used plastics that end up in landfills and allows for fewer natural resourced being used to produce new plastic.
If your recycling is missed today, set it out on your next collection day (two weeks from today).
Only now it is called recycling a portion of your assets and removing their tax deferred status.
Like most environmentalism, recycling is a way to make the eco-Nazis FEEL good about themselves – it LOOKS like they are “SAVING” the planet, and they claim to be doing just that.
In every place where it has been tried thus far, the RecycleBank system has produced significant increases in recycling, decreases in the demand for landfill, profits for the company, and savings for the taxpayers.
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