Li-ion batteries account for almost half of waste fires

Lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries are responsible for 48% of all waste fires occurring in the UK each year, according to research from consultancy Eunomia.

by Maxine Perella
97% of respondents to a Eunomia survey said waste fires caused by Li-ion batteries were a problem
97% of respondents to a Eunomia survey said waste fires caused by Li-ion batteries were a problem

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