Recycling

The use of principal receipts received from borrowers to acquire or originate new loans.

Recycling

The use of already used aggregate for road construction, by addition to virgin raw materials or by reprocessing.

Recycling

The process of transforming materials into raw materials for manufacturing new products, which may or may not be similar to the original product.

Recycling

Collecting and reprocessing a resource so it can be used again. An example is collecting aluminum cans, melting them down, and using the aluminum to make new cans or other aluminum products.

Recycling

Recycling is a process to change (waste) materials 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 `conventional` waste disposal, and lower greenhouse gas.....
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recycling

<radiobiology> In most tokamaks the pulse length is at least an order of magnitude larger than the particle containment time. Thus on average each plasma ion goes to the wall or limiter and returns to the plasma many times during the length of the discharge. This process is called recycling. (section 9.3 of reference 14, Tokamaks by John Wess...
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recycling

: Involves the reprocessing of wastes, either into the same material (closed-loop) or a different material (open-loop recycling). Commonly applied to non-hazardous wastes such as paper, glass, cardboard, plastics and metals. However, hazardous wastes (such as solvents) can also be recycled by specialist companies, or using in-house equipment.
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recycling

noun the act of processing used or abandoned materials for use in creating new products
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recycling

Click images to enlargeProcessing of industrial and household waste (such as paper, glass, and some metals and plastics) so that the materials can be reused. This saves expenditure on scarce raw materials, slows down the depletion of non-renewable resources, and helps to reduce pollution. Aluminium is frequently recyc...
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recycling

a term that may be used to cover a wide range of activities, including collection, sorting, reprocessing and manufacture of products into new goods.
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recycling

a term that may be used to cover a wide range of activities, including collection, sorting, reprocessing and manufacture of products into new goods.
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Recycling

A way to reuse materials instead of just throwing them away.
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Recycling

is a form of recovery by reprocessing of waste materials to produce a usable raw material or product. Recycling includes organic recycling, e.g. composting under controlled conditions, but not energy recovery
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Recycling

Process by which materials that would otherwise become solid waste are collected, separated or processed and returned to the economic mainstream to be reused in the form of raw materials or finished goods.
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Recycling

Re-use of a product as a raw material for use in the same or another product
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Recycling

Reclamation of materials without endangering human health and the environment.
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recycling

recovery and reprocessing of waste materials for use in new products. The basic phases in recycling are the collection of waste materials, their ... [13 related articles]
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recycling

recycling, the process of recovering and reusing waste products—from household use, manufacturing, agriculture, and business—and thereby reducing their burden on the environment. During World War I and World War II, shortages of essential materials led to collection drives for silk, rubb...
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Recycling

The act of processing existing pavement material into usable material for a layer within a new pavement structure
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Recycling

the process of changing rubbish into either the same product or a different one. It involves some kind of industrial process. For example, using old plastic bottles to make new ones.
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recycling

The process of converting materials that are no longer useful as designed or intended into a new product. Related category • RECYCLING AND WASTE DISPOSAL
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Recycling

The process of converting materials that are no longer useful as designed or intended into a new product.
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Recycling

The process of converting materials that are no longer useful as designed or intended into a new product.
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Recycling

The re-use of material.
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Recycling

the recovery of reusable materials from waste.
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