Develop a new battery. The current battery uses Nickel, which is costly, and terrible for the environment to mine. Secondly, the nickel is shipped to Japan (from the east) and converted to Nickel-foam, which creates extremely hazardous bi-products – NASA calls the place they experiment with nickel-foam “the Dead-zone” because no plant life can grow there. After 100,000 miles or so, the PRius battery is no longer efficient, and must be disposed of..but where?
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