Nissan, Waseda University jointly working on recycling process for EV motors

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The testing has shown that the newly developed recycling process can recover 98% of the motors’ rare-earth elements or REEs

Japanese carmaker Nissan Motor Company and Tokyo-based Waseda University have commenced testing a jointly developed recycling process that efficiently recovers high-purity rare-earth compounds from electrified vehicle motor magnets, the company announced on 3 September.

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