NAGOYA -- Toyota Motor plans to promote the extraction of materials from scrap cars in developing countries by sharing expertise with 100 or so companies.
Recycling materials used in cars is a new concept in many emerging economies, where the Japanese automaker will support efforts to establish best practices. Toyota-approved plants will be provided with technologies for extracting recyclable resources, such as copper from wire harnesses and dysprosium from motors.
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