Monday, September 19, 2005

US Could Free Ride on European and Japanese Vehicle Recycling Regulations

Global designs for vehicles take the European and Japanese recycling regulations into account, so the US might achieve that goal without "regulating."  But the US needs to find a way to take advantage of recyclability -- manufacturer take-back or other provisions -- so that it can free ride on those regulations.  Coming: 95% Recyclable Cars - New York Times.

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