adj.— «In this case, Melcher has made a volume about going green that they say is as recyclable as a water bottle. Unlike paper, it could even be “upcyclable”—McDonough and Braungart’s neologism that describes products manufactured to be recyclable an infinite number of times without a reduction in quality or usability.» —“Would you like that book in paper or plastic?” by Sarah Barmak Toronto Star (Canada) June 24, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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