Annually renewable resource

Annually renewable resource

A resource that is capable of being restored or replenished annually.
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Available in stores for 99 cents, GreenBagTag bags are made with corn-based material, an annually renewable resource, as well as 100% recycled silicone, and are packaged in 100% recycled paper.
The huge advantage sugar cane has over paper is that it's made from an annually renewable resource -- sugar cane crops -- vs.
The new facility will use ethanol derived from sugar cane, an annually renewable resource, to produce ethylene.
The face-stock is produced using corn, an annually renewable resource.
Dow is promoting Woodstalk as a lighter, cheaper, environmentally friendlier substrate, manufactured from an annually renewable resource that will not release toxins into the atmosphere.
These structures interested him because they are cheap, simple to build, have R-35 to R-50 walls and are made of a safe, annually renewable resource.
EarthFirst film is different in that it is made from an annually renewable resource, corn," says Seal-It President Sharon Lobel.
The only difference is that it's derived from an abundant annually renewable resource.
and Unmade Annually Renewable Resource A renewable resource such as corn is (Unrefined dextrose) milled to separate starch from the raw material.
This 100 percent annually renewable resource is derived solely from plants, which is preferable to some customers.
Produced from lactic acid, these intermediates are used to produce Ingeo biopolymer, the first commercial-scale biopolymer that comes 100% from annually renewable resources instead of oil, NatureWorks says, adding that it is selling Ingeo lactide intermediates for use in polymer applications in order to support rapidly growing global demand for biobased Ingeo plastics and fibers.
Not only is Ingeo made from annually renewable resources, but its manufacturing process requires far less energy and emits significantly less CO2 compared to plastics made from oil.