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Chinese firm invests in South Korea battery recycling partnership

Wed, 07/11/2018 - 14:02 -- Xuan Zhong
Chinese firm invests in South Korea battery recycling partnership

A Chinese company is building a lithium-ion battery recycling joint venture in South Korea— in response to China’s ban on solid waste imports, BEST Battery Briefing can reveal.

China’s Anhua Taisen Recycling Technology said its decision to launch the project, in partnership with South Korean e-waste recycler NH Recytech, was driven by China’s decision last year to halt imports of more than 20 types of solid waste.

 

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US training boost for next lead-acid generation

Fri, 06/29/2018 - 11:01 -- Xuan Zhong
US training boost for next lead-acid generation

A pioneering programme to nurture tomorrow’s generation of professionals for the expanding US lead-acid sector is under way in Missouri backed by lead recycling firm Doe Run.

St Louis-based Doe Run has already stepped up hiring in 2017 and 2018 for its mining and lead battery recycling operations.

 

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Gravita signs ‘sustainable’ lead deal with Amara Raja

Wed, 05/30/2018 - 09:25 -- John Shepherd
Gravita signs ‘sustainable’ lead deal with Amara Raja

Indian lead producer and exporter Gravita has signed a recycling agreement with the country’s industrial and automotive battery producer Amara Raja Batteries.

The contract for lead-acid battery scrap collection and recycling was part of a “joint initiative toward environmental protection and sustainability”, Gravita said in a National Stock Exchange of India announcement.

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Lead batteries recycling plan for Azerbaijan

Fri, 05/18/2018 - 10:50 -- Xuan Zhong
Lead batteries recycling plan for Azerbaijan

The Republic of Azerbaijan is reportedly set to build a lead-acid battery recycling plant on the campus of the country’s National Academy of Sciences.

The plant, to be built in the Academy’s Hi Tech Park in Baku, on the Caspian Sea coast, is needed to tackle the “urgent” problem of waste batteries disposal, the regional Trend News Agency reported.

 

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Chinese lithium recycler in NEV lithium link-up with BAIC

Wed, 05/16/2018 - 09:23 -- Xuan Zhong
Chinese lithium recycler in NEV lithium link-up with BAIC

Chinese lithium battery recycler GEM has teamed up with domestic state-owned carmaker BAIC to establish a used batteries collection and recycling operation.

The move is the latest response to Chinese government guidelines to ensure the prompt recycling of batteries from the country’s fast-developing new energy vehicle (NEV) market.

 

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US-Korea LIB recycling joint venture launch

Mon, 04/16/2018 - 10:30 -- John Shepherd
US-Korea LIB recycling joint venture launch

A new US-Korean joint venture has announced plans to launch a major lithium-ion batteries recycling operation in the US.

Metallica Commodities Corp (MCC) and SungEel HiTech said the new company, SungEel MCC Americas (SMA), will “redefine” the lithium-ion battery, e-waste recycling, energy and metals markets in North America— “where consumption of cobalt and lithium has outpaced supply in recent years”.

 

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BYD plans China battery recycling plant

Tue, 04/03/2018 - 11:38 -- John Shepherd
BYD plans China battery recycling plant

Chinese electric vehicle maker BYD has confirmed plans to open a battery recycling plant in Shanghai.

A BYD spokesperson told BBB the plant would go ahead but said a date for the project’s start had yet to be fixed.

 

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Cheaper lithium batteries ‘will hamper recycling’

Tue, 04/03/2018 - 11:20 -- John Shepherd
Cheaper lithium batteries ‘will hamper recycling’

The launch of modern— and increasingly lower-priced EV lithium-ion batteries— is likely to hamper moves to encourage recycling, a battery expert has warned.

Mike Fetcenko (pictured), MD of BASF Battery Materials North America, said at last week’s International Battery Seminar and Exhibit in Florida: “The economics of recycling for lithium are not mature and they have to become more so.”

 

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China’s Camel invests in Li-battery recycling pilot

Mon, 03/19/2018 - 11:55 -- Xuan Zhong
China’s Camel invests in Li-battery recycling pilot

Chinese lead-acid battery giant Camel is to build a pilot lithium-ion battery recycling and anode material production plant in Central China.

Camel said plans for the CNY5 billion ($791 million) facility is part of a “framework agreement”, signed with Hubei Province’s Gucheng County government, to create an industrial park for recycling and “cascade utilisation” of used lithium-ion batteries from electric vehicles, as well as the regeneration of battery materials.

 

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Aqua Metals fights back with lead production “milestone”

Mon, 03/12/2018 - 13:08 -- John Shepherd
Aqua Metals fights back with lead production “milestone”

Aqua Metals, the US lead-acid battery-recycling start-up, is ramping up its commercial fightback by completing its “first24-hour run of continuous operations” of lead production after months of production setbacks.

The company confirmed on 5 March it had completed the move following modifications to its AquaRefining facility in Nevada to resolve a “sticky lead” condition that had hampered production.

 

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