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Sat Jun 7 09:06:54 PDT 2008

"Toyota has a comprehensive battery recycling program in place and has been
recycling nickel-metal hydride batteries since the RAV4 Electric Vehicle was
introduced in 1998. Every part of the battery, from the precious metals to
the plastic, plates, steel case and the wiring, is recycled. To ensure that
batteries come back to Toyota, each battery has a phone number on it to call
for recycling information and dealers are paid a $200 "bounty" for each

Next BS excuse, please.  This battery sh!t isn't cutting it.

On Fri, Jun 27, 2008 at 9:57 PM, <DGraber460 at> wrote:

> In a message dated 6/27/2008 5:01:39 P.M. Mountain Daylight Time,
> tedebearp at writes:
> is a  hybrid really more environmentally friendly?  it may use less
> gasoline
> in  city driving, but what about the environmental impact of its battery
>  pack?
> Yea - those batteries are going to be a _huge_ hazmat problem  and from
> what
> I read, they have a service life of 3 years. We are already  seeing hazmat
> issues with the wonderfully popular compact  fluorescent light bulbs.
> Mercury
> don't you know. AND.....electric motors produce  O-zone! All the greenies
> are
> peculiarly silent about this.Has everyone forgotten  about the greenhouse
> gases
> that are created when our nasty fossil fuel car  exhausts react with
> sunlight
> and produce Ozone?
> It's more complex than just foreign oil!!!!
> In Denver when it gets up into the high 90's we have rolling "brown outs"
>  as
> the power grid cannot handle the load. Gee lets plug all our cars into
>  that!!
> Many solutions look attractive until you start looking at the numbers when
> the majority of vehicles use it.
> America is full of lemmings with money!
> Dennis
> Denver
> **************Gas prices getting you down? Search AOL Autos for
> fuel-efficient used cars.      (
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