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Synonyms for reusable

capable of being used again

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And so LinkSpace vice president Wan Mei was correct to hail the recent test launch as "a new milestone in China's reusable rocket research." To date, RLV-T5 is the largest reusable rocket any Chinese company has attempted to test.
It is believed that the reusable sanitary pad will work in improving female health and hygiene.
Scots health and nutrition expert Amanda Hamilton is supporting a drive by Scottish Water to remind both parents and children of the benefits of taking a reusable water bottle to use at school.
"The reality is that this is message for all ages - so using a reusable water bottle is just as applicable for people returning to work or students going back after the summer."
Lidl said it was a step towards making all its own-brand packaging widely recyclable, reusable, refillable or renewable by 2025. adds "Reusable Sandwich Bags Market 2019 Global Analysis, Growth, Trends and Opportunities Research Report Forecasting to 2024" reports to its database
[USPRwire, Wed Jul 31 2019] An up-to-date research report has been disclosed by Market Research Hub highlighting the title "Global Reusable Straws Market Insights, Forecast to 2025" which provides an outlook for current market value as well as the expected growth of Reusable Straws during 2019-2025.
One reusable bottle, over a nine-month school year, could keep 117 single-use bottles out of circulation.
This has led to the growth of eco-friendly alternatives to plastic wrap, such as reusable wrap for the benefit of consumers.
Summary: Free reusable canvas carriers handed out at all 31 stores in the emirates
To encourage reusability on Earth Day and to inspire its customers to make more sustainable choices all year long, Starbucks will launch reusable hot and cold cups in the Philippines.
stores will include reusable bags that will be available to customers for purchase.