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May 12, 2021—General Motors will work with a company called Li-Cycle to recycle spent vehicle batteries, reports Autoblog.

The company promises to prep 100 percent of the "valuable materials" in batteries for reuse. The process recovers cobalt, nickel, lithium, graphite, copper, manganese, and aluminum, the story says.

There are worries that the auto industry isn't yet prepared to handle a bunch of used vehicle batteries being tossed into landfills.

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