Nope! but it takes a lot less to cerate a lot more energy cleaner (except for what's left) and it is a better alternative to coal as long as we have a good place to put the waste when we're done
renewable just means to use again - so sort of
Energy from the sun is classified as renewable, inexhaustible....
It is nonrenewable!! Once we burn up all the Uranium we have no more.
It is nonrenewable resource since it comes from the earth. But you can recycle it. There is about 3 million recycled lead that we use.
Coal is non-renewable. Once coal stocks are depleted - there will be no more ! The same goes for oil and gas !
Uranium is also a nonrenewable resource.
Nonrenewable. It is a metal that is mined (dug out of the earth) when it has all been dug up, it's gone. Nothing make more uranium.
It is possible to recycle some components made from zirconium, as for many other metals.
It would technically be a nonrenewable resource, because the elements we use (uranium) will eventually run out.
Renewable resources are those that naturally replenish, such as solar, wind powered, hydro-powered, and geothermal. Nonrenewable resources are those that do not replenish themselves, or do not do so in a short period of time. Nonrenewable resources include coal, oil, uranium, etc.
are electronic equipments renewable or nonrenewable
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A can is nonrenewable because it is made of metal and metal is a nonrenewable resource. But it can be recycled. It doesn't necessarily mean it is renewable. The simple answer is that a can is nonrenewable.
no uranium is not renewable
is an ipod renewable or nonrenewable