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New Project Announced to Deliver Recycling Supply Chain for Luxury Cars

2021-02-19 07:00:00| Waste Age

18 February, 2021:  The University of Birmingham today announces a three-year research project with Bentley Motors to deliver a sustainable source of rare earth magnets for electric and hybrid vehicles for one of the most sought after luxury car

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