‘Zombie batteries’ causing hundreds of waste fires, experts warn

Industry urges people not to throw out dead batteries with household rubbish or recycling “Zombie batteries” are causing hundreds of fires a year at waste and recycling sites, industry experts have warned. They are urging people to ensure dead batteries are not thrown away in household rubbish or recycling.

‘Zombie batteries’ causing hundreds of waste fires, experts warn

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