recycled, past participle; recycles, 3rd person singular present; recycling, present participle; recycled, past tense;
Convert (waste) into reusable material
car hulks were recycled into new steel
goods made of recycled materials
a call for the recycling of all paper
Return (material) to a previous stage in a cyclic process
he reserves the right to recycle his own text
cause to repeat a cycle
use again after processing; "We must recycle the cardboard boxes"
(recyclable) reclaimable: capable of being used again
(recycling) the act of processing used or abandoned materials for use in creating new products
ReCycle is a music loop editor designed and developed by Swedish software developers Propellerhead Software. It runs on Microsoft Windows and Apple Macintosh based PCs. The software debuted in 1994.
Recycling involves processing used materials (waste) into new products to prevent waste of potentially useful materials, reduce the consumption of fresh raw materials, reduce energy usage, reduce air pollution (from incineration) and water pollution (from landfilling) by reducing the need for " ...
(Recycled (Nektar album)) Recycled is the sixth album from English progressive rock band Nektar. It is a concept album addressing the band member's concerns about the environment. ...
To break down and reuse component materials; To reuse as a whole; To collect or place in a bin for recycling; To be recycled
(recyclable) An object that can be recycled, such as a soda can; Able to be recycled
(recycling) The practice of sorting and collecting waste materials for new use; Those materials culled for recycling
(Recycled) Papers that contain postconsumer fiver can currently be called recycled. The Federal Executive Order calls for a 30% postconsumer fiber minimum for uncoated papers and a 15% postconsumer fiver minimum for coated papers.
(Recycled) Can mean either post consumer recycled o pre-consumer recycled. A pre-consumer recycled item is a product or material which has been recycled or reused before it has become a consumer product. ...
(Recycled) A Form of remanufacturing, a term less used than remanufacturing or remanufactured.
(Recycled) Also known as remanufactured. Recycled inkjet cartridges have been thoroughly inspected and cleaned, tested, and reassembled to meet OEM standards.
(Recycled) Either second hand or new jeans that have been refinished or re-worked before being sold.
(Recycled) Vehicle was reported as scrapped or major components removed by a recycling facility.
(Recycled) Wastewater cleaned for re-use, usually for nonpotable purposes such as irrigating landscape and refilling aquifers
(Recycled) used parts from a salvage vehicle that re-enters commerce when sold to a repair shop. The repairer then takes the used component and performs the necessary steps to put it in a recycled condition that will then be utilized in the repair process.
(recycled) End state for Information System storage devices processed in such a way as to make them ready for reuse to adapt them to a new use, or to reclaim constituent materials of value (that is, smelting). [DSS]
(recyclable) Refers to such products as paper, glass, plastic, used oil, and metals that can be reprocessed instead of being disposed of as waste.
(Recyclable) Materials that can be re-sold; which materials are acceptable and the price are determined by the free market.
(Recyclable) A product or packaging which can be collected, re-processed and resold as a new product (e.g. in NZ - glass, aluminium, paper, and some plastics)
(Recyclable) A product or substance that can be re-used again or used for another purpose. To recycle a can we melt it down and use the aluminum for another can or create aluminum for construction. Recycling reduces waste and pollution and keep our environment clean.
(Recyclable) All paper is, theoretically recyclable, but systems must be in place to ensure that this happens, before this term can be applied.
(Recyclable) Materials that can be reused. Includes glass, paper, aluminum, asphalt, iron, textiles, plastics and biodegradable waste.