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Cheese waste vodka and EV battery recycling: The best green innovations of the week

Every week, numerous eye-catching and potentially transformational innovations are being developed to help businesses and nations turn energy and sustainability ambitions into actions. Here, we round up six of the best.

Umicore’s recycling process is designed to create minimum waste while reducing environmental exposure to hazardous compounds

Formula E announces battery recycling partnership

The ABB FIA Formula E Championship has announced a new partnership to recycle lithium-ion batteries that were used during the first two seasons of the electric racing series.

Toyota's vice president Shigeki Terashi and Panasonic's senior executive officer Masahisa Shibata announced the partnership in Tokyo today (22 January)

Toyota and Panasonic forge partnership to develop EV batteries

Japanese carmaker Toyota and electronics giant Panasonic have forged a new partnership that will see the two companies collaborate to develop innovative battery technologies for electric vehicles (EVs).

The retailer is the first to offer the collection service under the Bring Back Heavy Metal campaign. image: Dixons Carphone

Currys PC World pioneers home collection of used batteries

Currys PC World is set to start collecting end-of-life batteries from customers' homes when it delivers new appliances, as part of a campaign to stop Brits from hoarding used batteries.

edie has rounded up five of the best innovation projects that received the green light from the Government’s Faraday Battery Challenge

Five of the best: Faraday Battery Challenge grant winners

With the Government announcing £22m of funding for a host of "world-leading" battery storage projects, edie takes a look at five of the winning programmes that could accelerate the UK's burgeoning low-carbon economy.

The UK’s battery collection rate for 2016 was 44.95%, just below a collection rate target of 45%, in line with the EU's Batteries Directive

Campaign launched to help Brits stop hoarding used batteries

Top retailers including Asda and B&Q have come together to help British people improve battery recycling rates, as a new survey shows that UK households are holding onto around 178 million used batteries.

The two organisations will launch the first public awareness campaign this Autumn

Ecosurety and Hubbub to collaborate on consumer-facing recycling campaigns

Resource efficiency firm Ecosurety has announced a new partnership with environmental charity Hubbub to launch a consumer-facing campaign later this year aimed at boosting recycling rates in the UK.

More than £300,000 worth of equipment is being be installed at Belmont’s Kilwinning site near Glasgow to enable the sorting and shredding of used batteries

Post-Brexit Britain to offer circular economy for batteries with new recycling plant

The UK will no longer need to export used batteries across Europe thanks to the development of a new plant which will allow the country to be self-sufficient in battery recycling as it prepares to leave the EU.


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