Sloppy recycling poses threat to green tech -report

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* Under a third of metals recycled at over 50 pct - UNEP * Europeans consume 16-17 tonnes materials each a year -EEA By Pete Harrison BRUSSELS, May 26 (Reuters) - The green technology industry was warned on Thursday that its growth is threatened by a failure to recycle metals and especially rare earth elements. A U.N.-backed report warned that less than one third of metals globally have a recycling rate of more than 50 percent. [ID:nLDE74P13L] "Many metal recycling rates are ...

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