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May 23, 2024 | Working with The Right People in Lithium-ion Battery Recycling is Key

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.

How to turn a smelter into a highly efficient battery recycling operation.

Read Kallanish Commodities Article – “North America Readies for ‘New Black Gold’ Recycling Opportunity“. 

Read Camas-Washougal Post-Record Article – “EV Battery Recycling Requires Herculean Effort“.

View RecycLico’s Company Presentation.

Watch Roundtable Video with Sandy Munro, Jason Fenske and Norm Chow: “RecycLiCo Battery Recycling Q&A with Engineering Explained & Kemetco Research“.

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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  • Wilko says:

    Es wäre extrem hilfreich wenn Sie Ihre Podcasts auch in Schriftform zum Beispiel über X zur Verfügung stellen würden! Das könnten Ausländische Interessenten es sich übersetzen!

  • Don Brunell says:

    It is a no braimer! Why the continued delays? For decades EPA has been closing smelters and coal-fired power plants because of sulfur emissions. It use to be called”acid rain. I was on Congressional staff in DC in the early 1970s dealing with high sulfur Appalachian coal vs low sulfur Montana and Wyoming replacement coal. We even had copper smelter close in Anaconda, East Helena and Great Falls because of air and water emissions. Seems to me this should be a public policy priority.

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