Why Cars Can and Must Be Fully Recycled
Challenges of EV battery and composite material recycling
- TYPES OF RECYCLING
- GLASS, COMPOSITES/PLASTICS, TIRES
- ELECTRIC CARS
- TODAY’S ELECTRIC CARS ARE TOMORROW’S MINES
This report contains a Spotlight article from Springer's automotive technical magazine "ATZ" www.atz-magazine.com. and "MTZ" www.mtz-magazine.com. Springer is a German company affiliated with MarkLines.
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About Automotive Technology Magazine ATZ
Motorwagen-Zeitschrift (Motored Vehicles Magazine) was founded in 1898 as an automotive technical magazine. From 1929, the name of the magazine was changed to "ATZ (=Automobiltechnische Zeitschrift: Automotive engineering magazine)". In addition to being published in German, the English edition has been available since 2001.
Why Cars Can and
Must Be Fully Recycled
The automotive industry must take its sustainability responsibilities seriously and it is in a relatively good position to do so. Current legislation requires up to 95 % of all the components of a car to be either reusable or recyclable. Researchers, manufacturers and automotive industry suppliers are cooperating on a range of projects to demonstrate that a completely circular economy is possible.
Material from: Frank Urbansky, Freelance Journalist and Author, Why Cars Can and Must Be Fully Recycled, IN THE SPOTLIGHT article from ATZ electronics [12/2022] [the websites of Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH, which are available at www.springerfachmedien-wiesbaden.de] reproduced with permission of Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH.
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