Cyprus was among eight EU member states that did not reach the 45% target set by the Batteries Directive for the collection rate of portable batteries and accumulators.
Eurostat figures released on Monday said that 15 member states reached the 45% target and five did not report a collection rate.
Cyprus was second to last with 28%. Belgium topped the table with an impressive 71%.
Across the European Union as a whole, an estimated 44% of the batteries and accumulators sold were later c….. Read More On: InCyprus
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