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Recovering vital metals by recycling more car batteries

‘Battery costs are falling by half every five years as the scale of manufacturing increases,’ Berenberg bank analyst Asad Farid…

Can battery giants recycle half of all precious battery metals?

Swedish firm Northvolt says it plans to combine mass production of battery cells with recycling. The company, managed by former…

Building an accurate map of battery waste flows

In a world driven more and more by batteries, knowledge is key: that was the message from speakers at the…

‘Lithium-ion battery recycling is a certainty’

Lithium battery recycler American Manganese has successfully completed an initial test on the final stage of its so-called RecycLiCo pilot…

Metal nano-particles drive fuel cell innovation

Northwestern University has discovered a way to create catalysts from metal nano-particles that could lead to better fuel cells. Another…

South Korea invests millions in e-mobility recycling hub

South Korea is constructing its very first car battery recycling plant in Yeonggwang Country, South Jeolla Province. Earthtech is investing…

Coming soon: cathode-to-cathode recycling

Canadian recycler American Manganese Inc. has achieved a 99.88% purity level in the production of cathode material using its patented…

Samsung makes phone recycling pact to end mobile graveyard

Did you know there are already 1 billion more mobile phones in the world than people? And yet, little over…

Hydrometallurgy method recovers almost 100% of precious metals

The Chinese-Taiwanese company UWin Nanotech has established Japan’s first full-process hydrometallurgy electronics recycling line in Tokyo. The innovative e-scrap recycling…

Nickel & stainless: early optimism fading

On top of the effect of shaky China-US relations and the expected summer slowdown, the alarm is being raised about…

Singapore opens multi-million e-scrap recycling lab

Nanyang Technological University has launched a S$ 20 million (US$ 14.7 million) e-scrap research centre in Singapore. The new ‘recycling…

Share your shear stories and win a GoPro!

It’s safe to say that scrap shears are the pillars of the recycling industry. But which configurations are the future? Take part in our tech survey and get a shot at winning a cool GoPro camera!

Thousands of scrap shears are driving recycling businesses all over the world. When it comes to different types, an operator may opt for maximum tonnage or flexibility, such as a mobile set-up. An integrated baling system is also gaining popularity. Ultimately, there is no wrong or right shear; it comes down to how you’re going to use it.

Our survey is meant to map the wants and needs of today’s dynamic recycling industry. Voice your opinion here and, who knows, you may be able to capture your recycling facility in action in HD.

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