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  • Portable Rechargeable Batteries Recycling

    Li-ion and NiMH batteries coming from any portable application can be processed in our smelter. For safety reasons we have set a procedure which can be used prior to any shipment of spent batteries to Umicore. In order to have a better view of the materials that can be shipped, please have a look at this brochure.

    By Umicore S.A. based in Hoboken, BELGIUM.

  • Lithium-Ion Battery Recycling Services

    Rechargeable batteries, especially lithium-ion batteries, are becoming increasingly common in desktop and laptop computers, mobile phones, and other handheld devices, as well as in a host of other day-to-day applications-even power tools.

    By Recupyl based in Domène, FRANCE.

  • Battery Recycling

    Batteries come in several styles. You are probably most familiar with single-use alkaline batteries. There are also nickel-cadmium or nickel-hydride batteries like those found in laptop computers or cellular phones, as well as lead acid batteries that are found in trucks and automobiles. Recycling batteries is easy at Region 8. We process your ...

    By Region 8 Enviro LLC based in Wheat Ridge, COLORADO (USA). from Universal Waste Recycling Service line

  • Lithium Ion Battery Recycling Services

    TES-AMM, in partnership with Recupyl S.A, operates the Asian region’s only Li-on battery recycling plant. Through this plant in Singapore, we are striving to process more than just e-waste. Our specialized mechanical – hydrometallurgical process allows for higher recovery and is environmentally superior and safer to pyrolysis (heat) or ...

    By TES-AMM based in Irvine, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Battery Recycling Solutions

    There are hundreds of different types of batteries, having different requirements for sorting, handling and processing. Let us help you manage your waste batteries responsibly.

    By Brendar Environmental Inc. based in Kingston, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • Lead Recycling

    Lead is a very easy recycling material that can be reused for an unlimited number of times and, although it is subjected to melting and refine, the final product, called secondary lead, is very similar to the primary lead obtained from minerals.

  • Battery Recycling

    RILTA Environmental is the largest lead acid battery recycler in Ireland. We provide an extensive nationwide collection service. RILTA provides bunded battery boxes complete with lids to our customers. Batteries are collected and transported in accordance with the ADR regulations and waste management legislation. All batteries are processed at ...

    By Rilta Environmental Ltd based in Co. Dublin, IRELAND.

  • Battery Recycling Services

    Significance Of Lead-Acid Batter Recycling; Lead-acid batteries are the environmental success story of our time. More than 98 percent of all battery lead is recycled. Compared to 55% of aluminum, 45% of newspapers, 26% of glass bottles and 26% of tires, lead-acid batteries top the list of the most highly recycled consumer product.

    By Arab Lead Company L.L.C based in Rusayl, OMAN.

  • Cobalt Scrap Recycling Services

    We recycle and reclaim all forms of cobalt scrap—powder, residues, solids, turnings, alloyed scrap, catalysts, filter cake, based alloys, sludge, overspray, refinery and mining byproducts, furnace scrap, flue dusts, pond tailings, leach residue and battery scrap.

    By Globe Metal Inc. based in Sainte-Catherine, QUEBEC (CANADA). from Metal Recycling Services Service line

  • Closed Loop Recycling

    Umicore’s basic mission is the transformation of metals into “materials for a better life”. A few years ago, we added the concept of closing the loop: we should, wherever possible, seek to develop and implement technologies that help ensure that all materials that Umicore puts on the market can be recycled by Umicore and be ...

    By Umicore S.A. based in Hoboken, BELGIUM.

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