By Adam Vaughan
More than a million electric cars were bought globally in the first half of this year, the same number sold across the whole of 2017. In the UK, sales of pure electric cars were up 151 per cent last month. Such signs of rapid growth are good news for air quality and climate change, but research out today warns of a potential sting in the tail.
There is no such thing as an electric car battery waste mountain, yet. However, the number of cars set to be sold globally this year …
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