USA: Maine mandates mercury methods
The US state of Maine recently passed a landmark bill that for the first time forces automotive manufacturers to pay for the removal of mercury from vehicles, writes Philip Fine. Car makers will now be responsible for removing and disposing of mercury-added components, such as switches in boot and bonnet lights, before vehicles are crushed or shredded for recycling.
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