What we do
Why we are different from others
We recycle Lithium-ion batteries from electric vehicles, consumer electronics, energy storage batteries and manufacturing scraps.
Our primary product is directly rejuvenate battery grade cathode and anode materials at 99.9 percent purity for battery manufacturing, produced at half the cost of raw, virgin material production with less waste and CO2 emissions.
Today most of the Lithium-ion batteries are not recycled. These waste batteries can cause environmental issues impacting health and safety (due to chemical leaching), potential fires and even explosions. Beyond just environmental concerns batteries contain valuable elements such as Lithium, Cobalt, Nickel and Manganese.
Mining capacity today is falling, but the demand of these rare earth metals are increasing. As a result of this process, recycling critical resources is an essential part of creating a circular economy.
- Disassembling of EV batteries to cells
- Discharging cells
- Shredding cells safely into small pieces
- Recovery of valuable metals (Copper and Aluminum) by separating them from battery materials
- Regaining of black mass to sell as product or provide as reusable raw material in tolling