cotton is decomposable
Yes, everything biological is.
yes it is decomposable and after that it is used to make many important things to be used for human being.
No, but it can be physically reduced to dust.
Eggs are decomposable, so placing eggs with this mind of material will cause it to go bad and decompose. Don't do it.
because it has more decomposable objects
Everything in the known universe decomposes, with the possible exception of protons
no its not you can look up other metals and fossil fuels that are though:]
No not all of them are. They have to say biodegradable on the bag when you buy them.
No, not decomposed in nature. Clean burning though in waste ovens.
Yes,though it takes a million years for them to decompose since they are made of plastic.
Human and natural activity can affect the earth and its environment in many different ways here are some of them:Plastic is not decomposable and making plastics and other decomposable wastes causes landfill which can cause pollution of the local environment such as contamination of groundwater.
No. They have to be taken apart and recycled. There are chemicals in some electronic devices. A new concern should be hybrid batteries that many cars have today. The batteries only last about 10 years and contain chemicals that make them work . In the next few years as the cars get older the batteries will need,to be recycled.
Cotton brows on cotton shrubs on cotton farms, from cotton seeds.
How do you describe cotton? How do you describe cotton? How do you describe cotton?
Cotton grows on cotton shrubs on cotton farms.
A cotton mattress is cotton. cotton is a plant.
Cotton is the ingredient in cotton, from the cotton bush where it grows.
cotton stalks are the cotton plant residues after picking of cotton. these are simply cotton sticks.