By 2031: 16% cobalt, 85% lead, 6% lithium, 6% nickel, must come from recovered battery manufacturing waste or post-consumer waste. By 2036: 26% cobalt, 85% lead, 12% lithium, 15% nickel. Every battery must specify the amount of recycled content it contains. For LMT batteries, a collection rate of 45% by 2028, and 61% by 2031. Due diligence requirements Economic Operators must clearly communicate due diligence policies in accordance with international standards to address social and environmental risks inherent in the sourcing, trading, and production of battery raw materials. (OECD guidelines and UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights). This concerns the supply chains of Cobalt, graphite, lithium, nickel, and some other raw materials.
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