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  • adj. Not recyclable.

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Examples

  • In a study made of plastic collection at curbside in Berkeley California, none of the collected plastic containers returned to packaging but instead became secondary products such as textiles, parking lot bumpers or plastic lumber -- all unrecyclable products.

    Lisa Kaas Boyle: Plastic And The Great Recycling Swindle

  • For 25 years as waste management power plant on the east bank of the Hudson River has been burning every last scrap of unrecyclable trash produced by the 1 million or so residents of New York's Westchester County.

    Waste Management's Far Out Trash-to-Energy Plans

  • For 25 years a Waste Management power plant on the east bank of the Hudson River has been burning every last scrap of unrecyclable trash produced by the 1 million or so residents of New York's Westchester County.

    Waste Not

  • A must-have in today's world where 8 billion unrecyclable plastic hangers are land filled every year.

    Zorianna Kit: The 2009 Emmy Awards Gifting Suites

  • Should bio-plastic get into regular plastic recycling it will foul the entire batch and render it unrecyclable.

    Ditto Hangers 100% Recyclable Clothing Hangers

  • Oakland-based GreenHeart Global has developed what it believes to be the ultimate eco-solution to the massive problem of unrecyclable clothing hangers.

    19 posts from November 2007

  • This weekend I apologized to the planet while throwing away an unrecyclable plastic container for, of all things, organic greens.

    Sustainable: Recycle

  • Using a different approach, New Zealander Matthew Darby made the mother of all toasty machines to recycle previously-unrecyclable plastic.

    Sustainable: Plastic

  • The Government has promoted an unsustainable consumerism culture that multiplies corporate profits while devouring the future's natural resources and producing mountains, rivers and seas of toxic unrecyclable wastes.

    A Declaration of Independence from the Government of the United States

  • Products that are impossibly fused together are often called "monstrous hybrids" and are, while often cheaper up front, frequently unfixable and unrecyclable.

    Collin Dunn: Does Recycling Really Do Any Good?

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