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Nissan plant ‘offers energy storage from battery recycling’

Tue, 04/03/2018 - 12:19 -- John Shepherd
Nissan plant ‘offers energy storage from battery recycling’

Nissan has opened an electric vehicle battery recycling facility in Japan which will also provide energy storage systems for the area.

The plant in Namie will be run by 4R Energy, a joint venture between Nissan and the Sumitomo Corporation.

 

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‘Lead-acid recycling plant bid gets green light’

Mon, 01/22/2018 - 12:31 -- John Shepherd
‘Lead-acid recycling plant bid gets green light’

Proposals to build a multi-million-dollar lead-acid battery recycling plant in eastern Australia have reportedly been given the go-ahead.

An application by Pymore Recyclers International (PRI) to invest AUD39.8 million ($31.9m) in the project, in an industrial zone at Kurri Kurri, in the state of New South Wales, has been granted by the state’s planning and environment department, the Maitland Mercury said.

 

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Aqua Metals ‘to fight law suit claims’

Mon, 01/22/2018 - 11:23 -- John Shepherd
Aqua Metals ‘to fight law suit claims’

US lead-acid battery-recycling start-up Aqua Metals has pledged to “vigorously” defend itself against allegations that it has been “misleading” investors about its technology.

Aqua Metals has previously declined to comment on class action complaints made towards the end of 2017— after the company admitted it was “significantly behind schedule” with production and was “retrofitting” equipment to tackle production problems.

 

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Monbat snaps up Italian battery recycling business

Mon, 10/02/2017 - 14:10 -- News Editor
Monbat snaps up Italian battery recycling business

Bulgarian lead-acid battery manufacturer Monbat is to acquire Italian battery recycling company Piombifera Italiana for an undisclosed sum.

The acquisition, to be made through Monbat’s recycling subsidiary, was triggered by “the increased demand for raw materials for the production of lead batteries”, Monbat said in a statement to Bulgaria’s Financial Supervision Commission.

 

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Green lead-acid recycling firm pushes ahead with $10m loan and new staff

Fri, 11/27/2015 - 16:16 -- Paul Crompton
Green lead-acid recycling firm pushes ahead with $10m loan and new staff

US green lead-acid battery recycling firm Aqua Metals has added to its manufacturing and financial team.

Alex Laleh has joined Aqua Metals as special projects manager and Thomas Akright joined the company as corporate controller.

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Battery recycling takes centre stage at Swiss event

Fri, 09/04/2015 - 10:15 -- Paul Crompton
Battery recycling takes centre stage at Swiss event

Battery recycling is a hot topic, whether its how to ship used lithium-ion to ‘greener’ ways of recycling lead-acid.

Whether lithium-ion will ever match lead-acid’s 98% recycling rate remains to be seen, but you can be sure it will be on the agenda as experts gather for the 20th International Congress for Battery Recycling.

The recycling industry’s most hotly anticipated event will see scientists, engineers, producers and recyclers sharing their views and discussing battery recycling technologies.

More than 200 international experts from industry, authorities and academia will discuss and present talks on everything from battery legislation in Europe and worldwide, safety & transportation regulations to the best available recycling technologies.

The conference includes a workshop on lithium battery transport & safety issues and a tour to the battery recycling plant Batrec Industrie AG.

Organised by ICM AG, the event takes place from September 23 - 25 at the Hotel Fairmont Le Montreux Palace in Montreux, Switzerland.

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Europe’s top Pb-A recyclers accused of price fixing

Mon, 06/29/2015 - 11:06 -- Paul Crompton
Europe’s top Pb-A recyclers accused of price fixing

European Union antitrust regulators have accused four of Europe’s biggest battery recycling companies with fixing lead recycling prices.

Eco-bat, JCI, Recylex and Campine have been investigated by the European Commission for allegedly fixing the purchase price of scrap lead-acid batteries in Belgium, France, Germany and the Netherlands.

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Exide closes Pb-A battery recycling plant to avoid prosecution

Fri, 03/13/2015 - 14:39 -- Paul Crompton
Exide closes Pb-A battery recycling plant to avoid prosecution

Exide Technologies is to close its troubled Vernon lead-acid battery recycling plant after entering into an non-prosecution agreement with US officials.

The plant will permanently close following a deal with the Attorney’s Office for the Central District of California that resolves the USAO’s criminal investigation into Exide. 

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Aqua Metal set to change the lead-acid battery recycling industry

Fri, 03/06/2015 - 11:09 -- Paul Crompton
Aqua Metal set to change the lead-acid battery recycling industry

US firm Aqua Metals, Inc. is a step closer to revolutionising the lead-acid battery recycling industry after buying 12.5 acres in Nevada’s Tahoe Reno Industrial Center (TRIC).

The company is hoping to start building its first AquaRefinery™ on the land by mid-2015 and be fully operational by the first quarter of 2016.

The company claims the facility will be more efficient, and produce cheaper, purer lead by avoiding conventional smelting methods and offering a ‘greener’ alternative to the recycling industry. It could be fully operational by the first quarter of 2016.

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