Study: Metals critical to UK's net zero transition being lost in waste electronics

Cecilia Keating
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The UK is losing out on millions of pounds worth of metals crucial to delivering on its climate goals due to poor recycling rates and limited recyling infrastructure for waste electronics, fresh research...

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