Definition of Biodegradable pollution

1. Noun. Pollution that is rendered harmless by natural processes and so causes no permanent harm.

Generic synonyms: Pollution
Antonyms: Nonbiodegradable Pollution



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Biodegradable Pollution

biocycles
biocytin
biocytinase
biocytins
biodata
biodatas
biodebridement
biodefence
biodefences
biodefense
biodefenses
biodeficient
biodegradabilities
biodegradability
biodegradable
biodegradable pollution (current term)
biodegradables
biodegradably
biodegradation
biodegradations
biodegrade
biodegraded
biodegrades
biodegrading
biodemographic
biodemography
bioderived
biodeterioration
biodeteriorations
biodevice

Literary usage of Biodegradable pollution

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1. Biotechnology for Water Use and Conservation: The Mexico '96 Workshop by OECD Staff, (Paris) Organisation for Economic Co-ope, Mexico '96 Workshop, Organisation for Economic Co-operation, Development., Zapata, Francisco BolĂ­var (1997)
"The non-biodegradable pollution we discharge in the water system therefore builds up, deteriorating water quality and having an impact on the world's ..."

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