Currys PC World launches battery collection service

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October trial will see installation teams pick up old batteries from customers' houses in a bid to boost heavy metal recycling rates

Home installation teams from electrical giants Currys PC World are now doubling up as collectors of old batteries, under a new scheme launched this month that hopes to boost heavy metal recycling rates....

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