Monstrous Hybrid

A term coined by Michael Braungart and William McDonough for a product, component, or material that combines both technical and organic nutrients (such as recyclable paper and poly-vinyl-chloride) in a way that cannot be easily separated, thereby rendering it unable to be recycled or reused be either system. Most monstrous hybrids can only be thrown out and contribute to the waste stream and cannot be reused.


One Response to “Monstrous Hybrid”
  1. Ahmet amut says:

    This is very good and simple explanation on this term. Thanks

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