Gerry Woolf gets briefed on what's happening in Weymouth Street, London – the offices of the Lead Development Association International.
The price of lead is soaring. The places where lead acid batteries are being made aren't necessarily where they are being used. And those who must recycle the lead are facing ever tighter local rules about their operations which they must meet before shipping it to where it will be turned into batteries again.
We can't necessarily change the world we live in but we certainly have to adapt to new climates and the world of . . .