By Anna Stablum LONDON, Sept 22 (Reuters) - The European Union's target to recover 95 percent of all materials used in cars by 2015 is achievable but will depend on new technologies and services, according to the car and scrap metal industries. "At the moment 85 percent is more or less achievable, but going from 85 to 95 is a bit of a jump," one metals recycler said. "It is all about having the technologies to recover the plastics and the rubber or use them as fuel," the recycler told ...
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