Definition of reusable
: capable of being used again or repeatedly
reusabilityplay \(ˌ)rē-ˌyü-zə-ˈbi-lə-tē\ noun
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Simply Recycling claims that 85 percent of clothing, shoes, and reusable home goods get thrown into a landfill which, on average, results in 21 billion pounds of textile waste in the United States every year.
So far NASA has been reluctant to embrace reusable rockets, preferring to press ahead with its large, costly, and expendable Space Launch System.
While most commercial yogurt is cultured in large batches and then poured into individual cups, Oui yogurt is cultured in individual (and recyclable or reusable) glass pots.
According to flight recorder producer Curtiss-Wright, the first of the truly modern style of recorders, with reusable memory and impact protections, was introduced in 1957, the same year Boeing debuted the 707 and kicked the jet age into high gear.
Musk's Mars vision centers on a reusable rocket-and-spaceship combo that he's dubbed the Interplanetary Transport System (ITS).
The Olympus executives, her attorneys say, remained silent for too long about a design flaw that hindered cleaning of these reusable scopes.
McAlister's Deli: The first 20 guests will receive a free 32-ounce reusable tea tumbler at participating locations.
Jordan Lo, the vice president of the Environmental Club, is on a crusade to get his classmates to ditch bottled water for reusable containers.
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