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 By A.J. Roan    Tech Bytes
An American Manganese recycled battery made from the RecycLiCo process.

RecycLiCo awaits final impact assessment

American Manganese Inc. reported that it has received the preliminary life cycle assessment results for its RecycLiCo lithium-ion battery recycling process and is awaiting the final external... — Updated 5/10/2022

 
 By A.J. Roan    Tech Bytes
Aqua Metals Aqualyzer pushing out soggy Black Mass with its pilot machines.

Lead to lithium, Aqua Metals recycling

A leading innovator in metals recycling, Aqua Metals Inc. has achieved a new milestone in proving its recycling technology by plating high-purity nickel metal, one atom at a time, from black mass... — Updated 5/5/2022

 
 By A.J. Roan    Tech Bytes
Glencore Britishvolt Britannia Refined Metals recycling ecosystem EV gigafactory

EU companies reinforce electric partnership

As part of ongoing efforts to create an electric ecosystem for the United Kingdom, battery manufacturer Britishvolt has partnered with Swedish commodity giant Glencore to develop an... — Updated 2/8/2022

 
recycling rare earth elements REE neodymium Pennsylvania State University

Scientists find new way to recycle REE

As rapidly advancing technology leaves behind printed circuit boards, old computers, obsolete televisions, and other electrical devices, mountains of electronic waste, or e-waste, being... — Updated 11/30/2021

 
 By A.J. Roan    Tech Bytes
Northvolt Revolt lithium battery recycling hydrometallurgical Europe waste

Northvolt produces first recycled battery

European battery supplier Northvolt Nov. 12 announced that its recycling program, Revolt, has produced its first lithium-ion battery cell featuring a nickel-manganese-cobalt cathode entirely from... — Updated 11/23/2021

 
American Manganese RecyLiCo Kemetco Research demonstration plant upscale

RecycLiCo demo plant coming soon

With the vision of commercializing its efficient and environmentally sound RecycLiCo lithium-ion battery cathode recycling process, in tandem with the growing need being driven by the rapid... — Updated 10/26/2021

 
 By A.J. Roan    Tech Bytes
University Birmingham UK REAP HyProMag neodymium-iron-boron speakers recycling

Recycling loudspeaker magnets for REEs

The University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom Sept. 30 announced the completion of a project demonstrating the recycling of loudspeaker magnets for their valuable rare earth elements.... — Updated 10/19/2021

 
American Manganese RecycLiCo black powder battery recycling lithium-ion cathode

RecycLiCo upcycles lithium-ion cathodes

Beyond simply recycling lithium-ion battery materials to be fed into supply chains, American Manganese Inc. is demonstrating that its RecycLiCo process can upcycle the black mass from spent... — Updated 8/31/2021

 
Italvolt American Manganese lithium-ion recycling RecycLiCo Italy Canada

Canada supports RecycLiCo pilot in Italy

American Manganese Inc.'s efforts to develop a cathode recycling facility alongside Italvolt's lithium-ion battery gigafactory in Italy is being bolstered by advisory services and funding from... — Updated 8/31/2021

 
American Manganese RecycLiCo gigafactory Italvolt Motor Valley Italy EV factory

RecycLiCo going into Italian gigafactory

American Manganese Inc. has entered into a preliminary agreement to develop a lithium-ion battery cathode recycling facility alongside a battery gigafactory being developed in Italy by Italvolt.... — Updated 3/30/2021

 
RecycLiCo American Manganese Kemetco Research rare earth battery recycling plant

Another step in commercializing RecycLiCo

American Manganese Inc. has awarded Kemetco Research Inc., a leading metallurgical laboratory based in British Columbia, C$2.7 million to develop a 500-kilogram-per-day demonstration recycling... — Updated 3/16/2021

 

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