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Japan: New bumper recycling tech from Mazda

Mazda claims to have become the first vehicle manufacturer to recycle scrapped bumpers from end-of-life vehicles (ELVs) into raw material for new vehicle bumpers. The company officially launched the new technology on 21 August 2011. To start with, it is used to make rear bumpers for the Mazda Biante minivan. It’s time to log in … Continued

Mazda claims to have become the first vehicle manufacturer to recycle scrapped bumpers from end-of-life vehicles (ELVs) into raw material for new vehicle bumpers. The company officially launched the new technology on 21 August 2011. To start with, it is used to make rear bumpers for the Mazda Biante minivan.

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