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Environment chiefs battle over ban on NiCad batteries

By Anna McLauchlin  -  16.12.2004 / 00:00 CET
EU ENVIRONMENT ministers will fight over rules for battery recycling and a ban on nickel cadmium (NiCad) batteries on Monday (20 December), but the European Commission has warned it will overrule any proposal which weakens environmental protection.
 

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