Battery recycling has changed! With the surge in Electric Vehicles, the lead-acid battery is not the only chemistry now being recycled and elements recovered. To keep abreast with these changes, we proudly announce that the 8th International Secondary Lead Conference is now expanding to “Recycle100”, providing an exclusive opportunity to look at the recycling and recovery of lead-acid batteries and other battery chemistries, including lithium-ion.
Fourteen years ago, the first International Secondary Lead Conference was held in Macau, China, bringing together all aspects of the lead-acid battery recycling and smelting industry to discuss, debate and learn. Over those years, the battery recycling industry has continued to develop and now expanded into an exciting new phase, the recycling of Lithium-ion batteries.
Along with new entrants into the market, traditional lead recycling companies are now investing in expanding their recycling capabilities and knowledge in this rapidly developing area. Whilst there may be differences in the battery chemistries, the industry is basically the same.
Join us in Siem Reap, Cambodia for RECYCLE100Full conference agenda details here