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Lithium Australia and Bunnings mint recycling agreement

LITHIUM Australia, which owns 90% of Envirostream Australia, has executed an agreement between Bunningsand Envirostream for the latter to retrieve spent battery cases from Bunnings stores.

File photo: a waste recycling symbol

File photo: a waste recycling symbol

Envirostream will take the spent battery household appliance battery cases from Bunnings stores to recycle, its parent company Lithium Australia said today.  The move will be familiar to Australian...

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