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COVER STORY: New Generation 

In our first quarterly issue of CAT, we look at batteries. How to produce them ethically, how to profit from them when they are on the shelves and how to turn battery recycling from a lead weight into a goldmine.

It’s not all about electrics though. We also get onto the slippery subject of oils and we suggest new ways to profit from traditional winter retail items, such as wipers and bulbs. 

On top of this, we managed to visit a number of interesting businesses, including London’s most efficient new bodyshop. There’s also more movers and shakers than we’ve ever carried before and know-how pieces on many different subjects to help you run your business as best as it can be. 


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