Meaning BIODEGRADABLE
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Able to decompose or break down through natural bacterial or fungal action, substances made of organic matter are biodegradable. BOLT
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Capable of being broken down by living organisms into a simpler component.
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reducible by bacteria as opposed to something that remains in the environment (plastic, certain inustrial wastes).
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A property of molecules or chemicals that refers to their usefulness as food because they can be metabolized (metabolism) by organism.
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A substance that will decompose as the result of action by bacteria and other living organisms.
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able to decompose naturally.
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Breaks down over time causing no damage to nature
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made of a material that will naturally degrade or decompose to become organic matter; Bonnie pots by Jiffy are biodegradable
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Able to decompose or break down through natural bacterial or fungal action. Substances made of organic matter are biodegradable.
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Able to decompose or break down through natural bacterial action: Substances made of organic matter are biodegradable. Biuret
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able to decompose or break down through natural bacterial action; Substances made of organic matter are biodegradable.
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Packaging or other material that degrades and breaks up on exposure to bacterial attack.
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The ability of a substance to be broken down into simpler, smaller parts by a biological process. Many plastics are not biodegradable. Bleach
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A material or composite such that, when left alone, breaks down and is absorbed into the eco-system without compromising it. As a result, if a biodegradable product ends up in a landfill it will lack the environment required to biodegrade the product in a timely manner.
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Capable of being broken down chemically, especially into innocuous products, by the action of living microorganisms in the environment.
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(adj) capable of being decomposed by e.g. bacteria
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An item that can readily decompose, or break down, by natural biological processes.
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A substance capable of being decomposed by naturally occurring fungi and microorganisms.
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Waste material composed primarily of constituent parts that occur naturally, are able to be decomposed by bacteria or fungi, and are absorbed into the ecosystem. Wood, for example, is biodegradable, w [..]
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A substance that can be degraded when exposed to microbial, enzymatic or other biological action into CO2, water and simpler compounds.
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Capable of decomposing under natural conditions. (EPA Glossary)
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The ability of a substance to be broken down physically and/or chemically by microorganisms. For example, many chemicals, food scraps, cotton, wool, and paper are bio-degradable; plastics and polyeste [..]
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Capable of decomposing under natural conditions.
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Capable of decomposing under natural conditions.
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Materials which will break down into it's composite elements and be re-absorbed into the ecosystem.
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material are any organic material that can be broken down by microorganisms into simpler, more stable compounds. Most organic waste such as foods, paper, etc are biodegradable.
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Able to be broken down into simpler products by microscopic plants and animals.
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Ability of a material can be broken down, within given parameters of time and environment, by naturally occurring bacteria into simple substances, which do not harm the environment.
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Capable of being eaten or otherwise decomposed by some kind of living creature. Bacteria and fungi are the main culprits; we usually use the word edible for things that can be eaten by animals. It is [..]
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 Capable of being decomposed or broken down by natural biological processes, such as living microorganisms like bacteria or fungi, into simpler, more stable organic compounds.
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Organic matter that can be broken down by bacteria to more stable forms that will not create a nuisance or give off foul odors is considered biodegradable.
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The ability of a substance to be broken down physically and/or chemically by microorganisms. For example, many chemicals, food scraps, cotton, wool and paper are bio-degradable; plastics and polyester generally are not.
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Capable of being broken down into simpler components by living organisms.
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A material that can be broken down to simpler components by a biological process.
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Chemicals and materials that can be broken down by bacteria or other biological means (usually during sewage treatment)
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Able to be decomposed by microorganisms.
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Biodegradable waste is a type of waste that can be degraded by living organisms into substances that are not harmful for the environment.
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Capable of being broken down into innocuous (harmless) products (water, carbon dioxide) by the action of enzymes
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Capable of decomposing under natural conditions.
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Capable of being decomposed by organic processes into elements found in nature when under conditions that allow decomposition. The term may be used in marketing products, sometimes without relevance to whether available disposal methods will allow decomposition. ^ back to top
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capable of being decomposed (broken down) by natural biological processes.
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The designation for a material that can, with the help of micro-organisms, break down into natural elements (e.g., water, carbon dioxide).
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capable of being broken down by biological processes, such as the action of bacteria
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capable of being decomposed through the action of organisms, especially bacteria.
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Capable of decomposing under natural conditions.
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The ability of a substance to be broken down physically and/or chemically by microorganisms. For example, many chemicals, food scraps, cotton, wool, and paper are bio-degradable; plastics and polyeste [..]
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 able to be broken down into basic compounds by micro-organisms. biogenic emissions:
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Capable of decomposing under natural conditions. Source: United States Environmental Protection Agency
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Organic material that can be converted into basic compounds or elements by bacteria.
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Biodégradation
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also bio-degradable, 1960, from bio- + degrade + -able.
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 A material that is able to decompose or break down through natural bacterial or fungal action, substances made of organic matter are biodegradable.
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