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A type of natural resource that cannot be replenished or takes time for nature to produce or replenish in order to sustain the rate of consumption.
Example of nonrenewable resource is the fossil fuel. Depending on the rate of use a renewable resource may also become a nonrenewable such as the consumption of water.
Compare: renewable resource
See also: natural resource
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