In response to Chile’s newly enacted Recycling and Extended Producer Responsibility Law (No. 20.920), three of the country’s largest importers of car batteries, representing 60% of the industry, signed a Clean Product Agreement to form a collective management system for used batteries, considered hazardous waste. The initiative was launched by the National Clean Production Council with the support from the Ministries of Environment and Health, and the National Customs Service.
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Public-Private Alliance Promotes Recycling of Used Car Batteries
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