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September 5, 2019 | American Manganese CEO Discusses Markets and Recycling

American Manganese Inc.

Larry Reaugh, President and CEO. American Manganese Inc. aims to capitalize on its patented technology and proprietary know-how to become an industry leader in the recycling of spent electric vehicle lithium ion cathode material such as: Lithium-Cobalt, Lithium-Cobalt-Nickel-Manganese and Lithium-Manganese

11,000 Openings on Economic Standard Article.

See NEW AMY Company Presentation – August 2019.

Read Article – “EV Makers Face One Major Problem“.

Watch AMY’s Video – “Our Revolutionary Lithium-ion Battery Recycling Technology”.

Watch AMY”s Video – “Introducing RecycLiCo™ – A Patented Process for Recycling Lithium-ion Batteries“.

See  AMY Business Plan.
View  AMY Powerpoint.
Questions?  Email Larry or Phone: 778.574.4444

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One Comment

  • Avatar Marco Antonio Murillo Betancur says:

    Vehicles are now lot different than what they were 30, 20 and 10 years ago. I count at least two Teslas running on the road every time I go out in my van. 6 cylinders are today what 8 cylinders were in the 70´s; powerful but costly to maintain in terms of fuel, 4 cylinders are going to be the norm in the next 2 or 3 years for new buyers. Moreover, hybrids are the preferred choice for many new buyers who cannot afford an electric vehicle. Whit all governments pushing towards reduced emissions, the manufacture of batteries for electric vehicles can only increase and Canada´s technology hubs are preparing the way to be key role players in the market.

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