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reusable

[rē′yü·zə·bəl]
(computer science)
Of a program, capable of being used by several tasks without having to be reloaded; it is a generic term, including reenterable and serially reusable.
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Now China has closed that gap to just six years -- at least, in the field of reusable rocketry.
The reusable sanitary pad is developed by Archit Agarwal and Harry Sehrawat, who are final year engineering students at IIT Delhi.
"By highlighting the benefits of a reusable water bottle and filling up from the tap, we are helping to instil in children the small daily habits that can make a big difference.
The bags were an "affordable, reusable alternative" to single-use ones, "designed to give customers a sustainable choice and reduce plastic use and waste in the long term", according to the discounter.
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There are also reusable and dishwasher-safe containers or bags for sandwiches and snacks.
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Dubai: French hypermarket chain Carrefour is encouraging customers to shop with reusable bags on Wednesday to mark International Plastic Bag Free Day.
Interestingly, the reusable cup is nearly identical to Starbucks iconic white cup and is made from polypropylene, a plastic which is widely accepted into global recycling infrastructure.
But with such specific handling requirements, how can these industries overcome the unique challenges of moving healthcare products and incorporate reusable transport packaging in ways that are efficient and cost-effective?
Anything we do requires large scale planning so in the meantime, we are encouraging them to start using reusable bags."