• Jaguar Land Rover has found a new way of using recycled alumium.
• It plans to reduce CO2 emissions by 26%.
• The recycled aluminium will be used in JLR vehicles.
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Jaguar Land Rover continues to push the envelope when it comes to innovative ways of taking care of nature.
In the latest method, the automotive giant revealed a way of processing aluminium waste from cool drink cans, bottle tops, and end-of-life vehicle and recycling it for use in its cars. This process, says Jaguar, will reduce CO2 emissions by up