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Volvo aims to use 25% recycled plastics in cars from 2025

Volvo Cars, owned by China's Geely Automobile Holdings Ltd., said June 18 that it aims to use at least 25% recycled plastics in all of its new cars from 2025.

In line with this goal, the Swedish automaker unveiled a specially designed version of its XC60 T8 plug-in hybrid SUV made with several plastic pieces that contained recycled materials, including the carpets and seats.

The company has also pledged to eliminate single-use plastics across its operations by 2019-end and aims to have climate-neutral manufacturing by 2025.