Jaguar is looking to repurpose components from existing models to be reused in their new cars. Not only will aluminum be melted down and reformed, but the batteries will find a second life as well. These kinds of initiatives will make a huge difference in the amount of waste that's accrued as vehicles are scrapped and should help to make the production process much more green. https://www.autosphere.ca/fleetdiges...ng-initiative/
Jag is just a small piece of the puzzle. Governments should get involved to develop robust recycling systems.
Current systems aren't nearly as advanced as they should be. Done right, it can make big money.