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>04.10.19 >Tesla drives against tree and catches fire >fireworkers cool it down for three days in a water bath >now it's on a remote parking lot because nobody knows if it will start burning again >Tesla has declared they will dispose it but nobody came to do it >Tesls homepage says ÖCAR Automobilrecycling will get rid of it >But ÖCAR has no permission to handle Tesla wrecks >Tyrolan waste disposal companies refuse to deal with the car because they don't know where the battery begins and where it ends and that'S dangerous. >Martin Klingler, disposal expert for enviroment company DAKA says, his company can't deal with such a big lithum battery Fbecause they don't know what chemical mix is inside. >Tesla keeps it as a secret for not losing their competitive advantage. >The fluid that cooled the car is a dangerous poisonous mixture but very sought-after. >Montanauniversity Leoben has secured probes to find out the ingredients of the mixture. >Professor Roland Pomberger, experienced recycling expert, says he doesn't know what to do with the car wreck and the 600kg battery. Tesla has to find a solution and criticizes that they have invented a product without thinking about how to dispose it. >atm only two companies in central Europe can recylce these batteries. Umicore (Belgium) and Redux (Germany) but both are too far away. Transport of the battery requires a EU-dangerous-goods-transport-license which doesn't exist in Austra. >impound company Greiderer who keeps the wreck on his ground says 1 week ago Tesla had said they will send an expert from Holland but nothing has happened yet >I won't buy a Tesla now that I know I'm sitting on a time bomb.
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