Leading carmakers are mining scrap vehicles for valuable raw materials to reuse in new cars

The automotive industry is one sector that is pushing the envelope on the circular economy. Japanese car manufacturer Toyota is securing valuable new sources of raw materials, including rare earth metals, by refining its scrap vehicle dismantling processes. Toyota announced in 2014 that it had developed a system to extract and...

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circular economy  rare earth metals  aluminium  ELVs  recycled plastics  recycling 

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