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The group looking into recycling New Zealand’s EV batteries

The group looking into recycling New Zealand’s EV batteries

Right now, electric vehicles are arguably the most polarising aspect of New Zealand’s motor industry. While some people love the idea, others pick apart the flaws until the cows come home.

One of the biggest arguments against electric vehicles is the idea that batteries are useless once they’re done their time in a car, and can’t be recycled in New Zealand.

One Kiwi group that’s looking to offer an EV battery recycling service in New Zealand goes by the name of B.I.G or Battery Industry Group, and is made up of some of our country’s heavy hitters in the electric industry.

Formed in 2018, B.I.G includes entities like the AA, Vector, Audi, the Motor Industry Association, and more.

IAG releases its 2021 climate change poll

IAG releases its 2021 climate change poll

IAG poll shows Kiwis want government and business to act on climate change adaptation

New Zealanders are increasingly expecting the government and business sector to take stronger action on climate change adaptation, according to the results of IAG’s fourth annual climate change opinion poll released today.

The Warehouse makes recycling a little simpler

The Warehouse makes recycling a little simpler

The world is in the middle of an environmental crisis and consumers don’t know what they can do to help. The environmental cost of our desire for ‘more’ will be felt for generations. As one of New Zealand’s largest retailers, The Warehouse is tackling this head-on by progressing its circular practice while increasingly introducing more post-consumer waste solutions as a priority.