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American manganese reports promising lithium-ion battery recycling results

Tue, 10/29/2019 - 15:07 -- Paul Crompton

Recycled materials firm American Manganese has received positive results from third-party testing of its RecycLiCo™ lithium-ion battery material recycling just weeks after completing the fifth and final stage of tests at its pilot plant.

The company has released the results from its independent contract laboratory, Kemetco Research regarding test by a tier-one firm— referred to as Company A due to a confidentiality agreement.

See BEST Magazine’s latest edition for an in-depth interview with American Manganese here.

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American Manganese to begin final tests on recovered NCA cathode material

Tue, 08/27/2019 - 14:51 -- Paul Crompton
American Manganese to begin final tests on recovered NCA cathode material

American Manganese has begun the final testing stages on NCA (nickel cobalt aluminium) cathode materials at its RecycLiCo™ pilot plant – the company’s  proprietary innovation that recycles materials from lithium-ion batteries.

Tests results in July by the company’s independent research contractor Kemetco Research reported 99.93% purity results using recovered NMC pregnant leach solution following stages 3 and 4.

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Firms to build lithium-ion cells using recycled materials

Thu, 12/08/2016 - 09:21 -- Xuan Zhong
Firms to build lithium-ion cells using recycled materials

A Canadian carbon science company and its unnamed partner are set to make a full-scale lithium-ion battery from recycled/up-cycled materials.

The two firms will use material from an electric car power pack and the up-cycled anode material from Saint Jean Carbon (SJC) to make the cells.

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