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recycle

[rē′sī·kəl]
(aerospace engineering)
To stop the count in a countdown and to return to an earlier point.
To give a rocket or other object a completely new checkout.

Recycle

To extract and reuse substances found in waste.

recycle

i. In air traffic control terminology, recycle code means, “Set your transponder to standby, and then select the assigned code and mode.”
ii. When referring to landing gear, it means, “Raise your undercarriage and lower it once again.”
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Because demolition concrete is now being disposed of in the landfill, SNL/NM recycle quantities by weight reported to Waste Wise decreased from 2002 to 2003.
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The research found that residents wanted to recycle, but they were unwilling to go to the trouble of separating the cans from different kinds of glass and bundling paper separately.
Through Kim Hohisel, the company's recycling coordinator, outreach programs have been developed to encourage other businesses and organizations to recycle.
Housed at Tandus' internationally recognized Center for Environmental Innovation, C&A's recycling program recycles any post-consumer vinyl-backed carpet, regardless of original manufacturer, into recycled content backing for new floorcoverings.
In Finland, for instance, an EPR law has been in effect since 1997, and for 2001 it aims to reuse or recycle 82 percent of packaging waste, and prevent another six percent from being created in the first place.
USG customers can now recycle pre-approved ceiling panels made by USG or other manufacturers and, once customers have a full truckload, USG will pay the way.
While it would be nice to launch a specific campaign geared at getting residents to recycle their phone books, for example, you are missing the bigger opportunity of growing your full program.
Gneuss's integrated screen changer and melt pump is also designed to recycle PET flake directly into cast film or sheet.
And while the American Plastics Council abandoned its goal to recycle 25 percent of rigid containers in 1996, citing cost, it spent $20 million to advertise the benefits of plastic that same year.
WASHINGTON, April 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Residents of Cleveland who routinely recycle their steel food containers probably don't realize they indirectly helped to build the new Jacobs Field.