How lithium-ion electric car batteries could still power your home once they’ve run out of zap

Less than five per cent of lithium-ion batteries sold in Australia are currently recovered and recycled. The rest end up in landfill. That’s prompting the question — what will happen when the volume of battery waste grows as more electric vehicles (EVs) start driving on our roads?

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How lithium-ion electric car batteries could still power your home once they’ve run out of zap

Less than five per cent of lithium-ion batteries sold in Australia are currently recovered and recycled. The rest end up in landfill. That’s prompting the question — what will happen when the volume of battery waste grows as more electric vehicles (EVs) start driving on our roads?

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