Li-Cycle Technology - A globally preeminent lithium-ion battery resource recovery technology
Li-Cycle Technology™ is an economically viable, safe, and environmentally friendly process that can recycle up to 95% of materials in all types of lithium-ion batteries used in electronic devices, electric vehicles and energy storage.
Traditionally, when li-ion batteries have reached the end of life, they have predominantly been treated as waste and landfilled, or partially recycled through pyro-metallurgical processes, which have average recovery rates of 40%. However, these methods are inefficient and can lead to environmental contamination, safety hazards at general recycling plants and otherwise dampen the environmentally friendly vision of electrification. Li-Cycle Technology™ aims at recycling all types of lithium-ion batteries used in electronic devices, electric vehicles and energy storage. It can do so with an unparalleled recovery rate of over 95% of all materials. The company’s industry-leading processing technologies uniquely position it to be a key player in supporting the growing international movement towards zero-carbon technologies and the creation of a circular economy for lithium-ion batteries.
Networking PartnerCleantech Group
The Cleantech Group is a company that supports the development and marketability of clean technologies. The Cleantech Group provides members of its Cleantech network access to capital, investors, research and promotional opportunities. The group also provides advisory services for large corporations and governments.
Founded in 2002, the Cleantech Group owns the term "cleantech" as a registered trademark.
A copolymer used to coat the separator in li-ion batteries for extending battery life
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