Jaguar Land Rover turns to recycled aluminium to cut manufacturing CO2

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Jaguar Land Rover is using pre-production Jaguar I-PACE electric vehicle (EV) prototypes to assist with the project
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Jaguar Land Rover is using pre-production Jaguar I-PACE electric vehicle (EV) prototypes to assist with the project

The firm's £2m REALITY project is developing high-grade aluminium from a blend of waste cans, bottle tops, and scrap vehicles

Jaguar Land Rover has developed an innovative process enabling it to recycle old aluminium cans, bottle tops, and end-of-life vehicles into brand new, premium cars, in a move it estimates could cut CO2...

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