Consider down-cycling and up-cycling…
When a recycled good is cheaper or weaker than the original product, it’s known as down-cycling (or downstream recycling). Eventually, goods move so far down the recycling stream it isn’t feasible to recycle them any further. After being recycled a few times, paper is no longer usable. In some cases, goods can be up-cycled — made into something more valuable than the original product.
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