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  • Yet another was recycled and moved to a new location further down the river.
  • The plant will have its own water system, which will recycle back into the plant.
  • All materials used in this project were recycled when it was taken down.
  • It is likely that they recycle air around the body for this purpose.
  • Some were recycled for their silver content or simply thrown away to save space.
  • In recent years the council has become a leader in water management and the use of recycled water.
  • He usually recycled many of his own songs, having used them in different versions with different bands.
  • It is often the case that old words which are no longer used are recycled with a new meaning.
  • They "recycled" the image and brought it to life through various forms of media.
  • If you recycle even your own sets, and use them again, that's going to save money.
  • Sand can be recycled many times in most operations and requires little maintenance.
  • There they find a constant cycle of materials being produced and then destroyed and recycled.
  • All the waste paper produced in the campus will be collected and then recycled.
  • Legislation has also been used to increase and maintain a demand for recycled materials.
  • When building bottle village, no help was given and everything is made from hand and all recycled materials.
  • Then it can be made into new recycled paper.
  • Today, over half of all paper used in the United States is collected and recycled.
  • It recycles a greater percentage of its waste than any other large American city.
  • The dry product is mixed with heavy oil recycled from the process.
  • In this process, dry coal is mixed with heavy oil recycled from the process.
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How recycle gets used

Meaning of recycle

  • verb Cause to repeat a cycle
  • verb Use again after processing
    We must recycle the cardboard boxes