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  • adjective That does not degrade

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Examples

  • Frito-Lay is returning to its old, nondegradable packaging, for five of the six Sun Chips flavors.

    Sun Chips Bag to Lose Its Crunch

  • Settlement and modernization had also brought the problem of nondegradable rubbish.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • Settlement and modernization had also brought the problem of nondegradable rubbish.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • Settlement and modernization had also brought the problem of nondegradable rubbish.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • So Tim, it seems as though everyone has been in agreement that nondegradable plastic has been a threat to the environment and to wildlife, et cetera.

    CNN Transcript Mar 31, 2007

  • WHITFIELD: But now it is indeed being challenged when you've got San Francisco who says, we don't want nondegradable plastics to be offered in grocery stores.

    CNN Transcript Mar 31, 2007

  • I think they are preferable and much better than paper ones or nondegradable ones, which are more difficult to handle, hold less, break more easily and cost more.

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  • The nondegradable butts are not only unsightly, but they are also laden with chemicals that pose significant risks to the birds, fish and sea mammals that ingest them.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Impacts of pollution: • Because humans are at the top of the food chain, they are particularly vulnerable to the effects of nondegradable pollutants.

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  • Several communities throughout the United States, including San Francisco, have banned nondegradable shopping bags to encourage shoppers to use their own eco-friendly bags.

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