Battery recycling: Europe’s catch-up plan

Now it’s certain: From 2035, no more internal combustion cars will be on the market; instead, electric vehicles will take over Europe’s roads. Mobility will then depend on lithium-ion batteries – and on their recycling – because the EU wants to achieve a circular economy and has to juggle raw material shortages. What is the state of the European recycling industry? And why are companies in China so much further ahead?

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