* Part of bid to increase revenues from industrial clients * To invest up to 100 mln/year in toxic waste recycling * Recycles lithium from batteries, vanadium from catalysts * Little competition as most toxic waste is burned, buried * Major opportunity to treat obsolete Soviet-era pesticides (Ads detail on lithium, vanadium, iodine, pesticides recycling) By Geert De Clercq PARIS, April 25 (Reuters) - ...
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