Rare Earth – Japanese auto maker Honda has established the world's first process to reuse rare earth metals extracted from nickel-metal hydride batteries. Using the newly defined process, it is able to extract over 80 percent of rare earth metals contained in used batteries at more than 99-percent purity.
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Lithium – The International Business Times reported that the Detroit Auto Show 2013 showcased car manufacturers with their latest hybrid creations, including the Prius Hybrid car from Toyota (NYSE:TM).
Rare Earth – Automobile manufacturer Honda has developed what is being hailed as the world's first mass-production rare earth recycling process.
Rare Earth – DiscoveryNews reported that Honda (NYSE:HMC) will begin recycling rare earths, extracting the metals for use in their motors.
Rare Earth – Reuters reported that Honda (TSE:7267) is launching a massive rare earth recycling program to extract the materials from used auto parts.
Palladium – Except for a ten-day period from March 14th to the 24th when palladium prices fell off a cliff and then steadily rebuilt, the impact of the Japanese troubles on the price of palladium has been limited.
Lithium – Bloomberg.com reports that Honda (NYSE:HMC) is using lithium-ion batteries in a test version of an Electric Car.
Lithium – Honda’s first attempt at mass marketing zero-emission motorbikes will use lithium-ion batteries that can be recharged to about 80 percent of capacity in 20 minutes using a rapid charger, or fully charged with a normal socket in four hours with the vehicle traveling a range of more than 30 km on a full charge.