In the European Union, only 5% of the lithium batteries that come onto the market are recycled. Thus, most of this metal, which currently comes, above all, from consumer electronics, ends up stored in drawers, accumulated in landfills or incinerated. This not only presents risks for the environment, but also reinforces the continent’s dependence on external supplies.

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