Jaguar Land Rover eyes recycled plastic process for car manufacturing

Michael Holder
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The recycled plastic is currently being trialled on the front end of a Jaguar I-Pace EV | Credit: Jaguar Land Rover
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The recycled plastic is currently being trialled on the front end of a Jaguar I-Pace EV | Credit: Jaguar Land Rover

Carmaker is teaming up with chemicals specialist BASF to pilot process it hopes can in future enable use of recycled plastic in its car manufacturing

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is trialling an innovative recycling process aimed at converting plastic waste into new premium-grade material which it says could be used for car parts and interiors, the carmaker...

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