Mining of graphite, used to make batteries and primarily sourced from northeastern China, is leading to widespread pollution as demand jumps
Although the gray mineral's popularity is slated to increase dramatically as production shifts from tiny cell phone batteries to massive batteries for electric cars, the major Chinese graphite-mining regions are unprepared to contain the environmental consequences.
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May 26, 2017