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American Manganese has successfully produced high-purity nickel-manganese-cobalt hydroxide through testing of its patented RecycLiCo lithium-ion battery recycling technology
The United States Advanced Battery Consortium LLC (USABC) has awarded $1.08 million to Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester, Massachusetts for Phase II of a lithium-ion battery recycling contract
The 24th International Congress for Battery Recycling ICBR 2019 will be held in Lyon, France from September 18–20, 2019
Lithion Recycling Inc. has received a $3.8 million funding from Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) to enable the recycling of all types of lithium-ion batteries in Quebec, Canada
Urban miner American Manganese will commission its lithium-ion battery material recycling pilot plant during the week of December 17, 2018 to carry out Stage 1 and 2 testing out of five stages
New Grand View Research report: Global battery recycling is projected to become a USD $21.04 billion/year industry by 2025, with the lithium-ion segment projected to exhibit a CAGR of 11.3% from 2017 to 2025
Call2Recycle, the largest battery collection program in the U.S., is doubling down on a campaign in California, called Avoid the Spark, with free battery recycling events in five counties around the Bay Area this fall
Chinese auto giant BAIC and chemical products manufacturer Guanghua Sci-Tech will partner up on a plan to recycle batteries, through equity investment and co-construction of recycling systems
Quemetco, a battery-recycling facility in City of Industry, has been sued by California over 29 alleged violations involving failures to stop hazardous waste from migrating into its neighborhood and an underground aquifer
Manitoba just renewed its provincial recycling program, which will see household batteries sent to licensed facilities where valuable metals like nickel and cobalt will be reclaimed and recycled into new materials
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