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In Pollution

What are biodegradable?

Biodegradable is when there is some thing that is made out of natural resources which can turn back into the product that it was made out of if given enough time.
In Pollution

What is biodegradable?

Biodegradable is theterm used for materials that breakdown from larger molecules tosmaller and smaller molecules and becomes a source food for themicrobes that breed on them. ( Full Answer )
In Science

What is the meaning of biodegradable?

It means that the substance or object is able to be broken down by a biological agent such as bacteria so that the carbon in the substance can be used in living organisms. ( Full Answer )
In Skeletal System

Are bones biodegradable?

It is biodegradable. All most anything that can be decompose is biodegradable. You are getting this from a 11 year old kid, unless you know the answer!
In Physics

Biodegradable and non biodegradable substance?

If something is biodegradable, that means that it will break downand rot away. Virtually any kind of food is biodegradable, whereasplastic containers or bags are non-biodegrad ( Full Answer )
In Pollution

What is biodegradable packaging?

The packaging that is capable of being decomposed by the action ofbiological agents means no extra efforts required.
In Waste and Recycling

Is cardboard biodegradable?

The ecologicaleffects of the cardboard are dual sided. The short answer to yourquestion is yes, cardboard is biodegradable because it is formed byharvesting the plant kingdom. ( Full Answer )
In Science

Are newspapers biodegradable?

Yes they are. Old newspapers are used for many different things. They are ground up and mixed with fertilizer and grass seed and sprayed on the sides of highways. The old pape ( Full Answer )
In Pollution

Examples of biodegradable and non biodegradable?

Some example of BIO-DEGRADABLE THINGS: paper, juice, chicken bones, clothes... anything that can be brokendown by organisms NON BIO-DEGRADABLE THINGS: plastic toys, plastic ( Full Answer )
In Green Living

Is a can biodegradable?

An item that is not biodegradable is something that cannot beeasily broken down by living organisms. A usual can is aluminum andthis material is not biodegradable.
In Waste and Recycling

What a biodegradable?

Biodegradable is when some thing you own, eg, a carrot can rot or fade away and turn into the product they were made out of in the first place, like turning into dirt again. T ( Full Answer )
In Green Living

Is lettuce biodegradable?

Yes. It will normally break down faster than other forms of green plants such as grass. But it has extremely little solid material compared to the water content.
In Chewing Gum

Is bubblegum biodegradable?

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In Marshmallows

Is marshmallow biodegradable?

No. It stays in the earth forever. If you dig down deep enough, you'll find a huge deposit of ancient marshmallows eaten by the dinosaurs
In Pollution

Is wax biodegradable?

Wax is biodegradable and will eventually be broken down bybacteria. This means that if it is left in nature, it willeventually be consumed and return to the environment.
In Metal and Alloys

Is aluminum biodegradable?

No. Metals are not biodegradable. Materials that are biodegradablealmost always contain carbon i.e. are organic (in the chemistrysense).
In Health

What do you do with the biodegradable and non-biodegradable wastes?

Biodegradable is like non-living things and is a type of metal and wood thats being thrown into the sea, while non-biodegradable is things that are stretchey such as elastic s ( Full Answer )
In Pollution

What are biodegradable and non-biodegradable waste?

Biodegradable waste is a type of waste which can rot and changeinto manure. Non-biodegradable waste is a type of waste whichcannot rot and change into manure. Such waste piles ( Full Answer )
In Waste and Recycling

Is polycarbonate biodegradable?

why should I have to answer it when I am looking for the answer "/ Stupid website and very silly.
In Waste and Recycling

Is cement biodegradable or non biodegradable?

Cement is not biodegradable, as defined by microorganisms turning it back into natural occurring minerals in the environment. By itself cement is a natural occurring product o ( Full Answer )
In Uncategorized

Is bleach biodegradable?

Yes. bleach is biodegradable it breaks down into oxygen, salt an water it is made from these elements with an electric charge the same as hydrogen proxide, time to break down ( Full Answer )
In Science

Is rust biodegradation?

No, it is the oxidation of iron (4Fe(s) + 3O 2 ) to form iron oxide(2Fe 2 O 3). .
In Science

Does egg is biodegradable?

yes, i guess so be cause it is a natural subject....but it would take a long time..probably
In Waste and Recycling

Is asbestos biodegradable?

Asbestos is composed of non biodegradable minerals including chrysotile, crocidolite, and amosite. So, Asbestos is non-biodegradable and it is toxic.
In Uncategorized

Is yarn biodegradeable?

Wool, cotton, linen, silk and all other natural fibers can be made into yarn that is biodegradable, but many synthetics (nylon, polypropylene, etc are not).
In Waste and Recycling

Is sellotape biodegradable?

No, not any more. According to a technician at HenKel (the company who produce Sellotape) on a phone call on 1.8.12, they stopped using the biodegradable cellulose film some t ( Full Answer )
In Pollution

What is a biodegradable and non biodegradable substances?

Biodegradable substances are those substances which decomposes by the action of micro-organisms. e.g.:- vegetable peel,tea leaves,etc. Non biodegradable substances are those ( Full Answer )
In Uncategorized

What is biodegradable and non biodegradable materials?

Biodegradable pollutants : Those pollutants which can be broken down into simpler, harmless,substances in nature in due course of time (by the action ofmicro-organisms like ce ( Full Answer )
In Waste and Recycling

Why are waste biodegradable?

Some are, some aren't. Those wastes that are biodegradable can be eaten by bacteria and/or fungi..
In Waste and Recycling

Is plastic biodegradable or not?

Most common plastics are made from fossil fuel oil and are notbiodegradable. Some new plastics made from vegetable oil may be biodegradable.