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US scientists unveil proof-of-principle lithium-ion battery recycling technique

Wed, 11/18/2020 - 14:05 -- Paul Crompton

Scientists at Idaho National Laboratory (INL) in the US have demonstrated a proof-of-principle electrochemical process for recycling lithium-ion batteries. 

The room temperature process uses electricity, instead of heat, to power the reactions that leach cobalt, lithium, manganese and other materials from shredded lithium-ion batteries. 

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Firm transfers hybrid-graphene materials from UK university as it begins tests on supercapacitor cells

Wed, 04/08/2020 - 16:33 -- Paul Crompton

Australia-headquartered First Graphene (FGR) has completed the technology transfer of an electrochemical process for hybrid-graphene materials from the University of Manchester.

The advanced materials firm transferred the technology to its UK industrial laboratories and has completed two successful pilot trials at its manufacturing facility in Henderson, Western Australia. 

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Aqua Metals Wins Platts Global Metals Rising Star Award for Innovations in Lead Industry

Wed, 05/25/2016 - 10:52 -- Paul Crompton
Aqua Metals Wins Platts Global Metals Rising Star Award for Innovations in Lead Industry

Electrochemical lead recycling firm Aqua Metals was named the winner of the Rising Star category in the 2016 Platts Global Metals Awards program.

Aqua Metals was recognised for its AquaRefining process, the industry’s first commercially viable alternative lead-acid battery recycling technology.

The company was also named a finalist in the Industry Leadership Award – Base Metals category. All finalists and awardees were chosen from more than 100 nominees across 17 countries.   

“It is an honor to earn the accolades of such a highly respected organization for our work to revolutionize the lead industry,” said Dr. Stephen Clarke (pictured), chairman and CEO of Aqua Metals.

“As we enter a ‘Battery Age,’ lead-acid technologies can experience continued market dominance with the development of a recycling method that is economically sustainable and environmentally responsible. This distinction affirms that Aqua Metals has developed just that.”

Aqua Metals also recently announced the signing of definitive agreements with Interstate Batteries. More here

 

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