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Lyft Partners With Redwood Materials to Recycle E-Bike Materials

Article-Lyft Partners With Redwood Materials to Recycle E-Bike Materials

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A new partnership between Lyft and Redwood Materials will allow the company to divert large amounts of e-waste from landfills at the end of each scooter or bike's functioning life.

Lyft is the largest electric bike-share operator in North America. The transportation provider recently partnered with Redwood Materials, a battery recycling company, to ensure all of its e-bikes and scooters are provided a second life. With a lifespan of about five years, these bikes and scooters will very quickly be sent to landfills if not recycled. The partnership will allow for safe and efficient e-waste recycling as Redwood Materials does all of its recycling domestically, as opposed to abroad like many other e-waste recyclers.

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