Battery regulation: Lemke calls for committed action

Modernizing EU legislation on batteries was one of the key issues at a meeting of EU environment ministers in Brussels on Monday. With digitalization as well as the implementation of climate protection measures, the demand for batteries will continue to increase in the coming years, which is why the EU wants to adapt the regulations on production, use, recycling as well as disposal to its Green Deal targets.

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