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RecycLiCo™ Battery Materials Inc.

RecycLiCo™ Battery Materials, is a battery recycling and upcycling company headquartered in Vancouver, Canada that developed the RecycLiCo™ patented process. The RecycLiCo™ process is a closed-loop, hydrometallurgical process with minimal processing steps and up to 100% extraction of lithium, cobalt, nickel, and manganese from lithium-ion battery waste. From waste to cathode, RecycLiCo™ creates valuable lithium-ion battery materials, with low environmental impact, for direct integration into the re-manufacturing of new lithium-ion batteries.

American Manganese Advisory Board Member Dan McGroarty Appointed to U.S. Department of Energy’s Critical Materials Institute Advisory Board.

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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“.

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  • Dennis Newton says:

    Can you please explain exactly how this predator trading is going on with AMY?I am not sure how it operates. Thank You.

  • michael sobol says:

    As a chemistry major from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC, it is hard for me to understand why it is taking such a tremendous amount of time to get the final testing results on the cathoids. Could you please explain and why it will take a year and a half to get the processing built? Thanks Michael Sobol, a long time investor in your companies

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