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November 10, 2023 | RecycLiCo™ Battery Materials CEO Discusses AGM Results and Zenith JV Updates

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.

Read Motor Mouth Article – “Rethinking Electric Vehicle Battery Manufacturing: Recycling as the New Gold Standard”.

Read and Listen to CleanTechnica Article/Podcast – “RecycLiCo CEO Zarko Meseldzija Talks Battery Recycling, Black Mass, And Urban Mining“.

Watch – We upcycle cathode scraps and black mass into higher-value battery materials!

Video  – The demonstration plant for the RecycLiCo™ Patented Process is now operational in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Questions?  Email or Phone: 778.574.4444

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  • Thomas Voelker says:

    Taiwan and China invasion risk ?? Future dilution of share value due to new investors??

  • Jacques Gauvin says:

    How can you get the people controlling money to switch from throwing their money away in Bitcoin, Gold ETF’s and gold derivatives scams and investing in real projects like RecycLiCo and mineral mining? When electricity stops flowing those digital accounts are going to disappear. The clock is ticking. Will mining recover in time?

  • Thomas Voelker says:

    What will happen to the stock price if/when China takes over Taiwan?

  • Christoph Mueller says:

    All shares of all companies would be suffered in that case. But better a joint venture in Taiwan than no join venture. And don’t forget: Next will be elections in Taiwan. So, don’t be worried!

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