Circular Economy

Lithium-ion Battery Recycling: Benefits and Risks Analyzed

Lithium-ion batteries (LIB) use lithium as an electrolyte and primary cathode element, thus, the name. Introduced in the 1970s, lithium-ion batteries were primarily used in consumer electronics, powering laptops, phones, tablets, and various consumer electronics. Over the years, their use has expanded to stationary storage applications, as well as electric vehicles (EVs). Long-term performance, high …

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Advancements in Batteries for Stationary Reserve Power

by Eric Hill Are you confused by the never-ending technology changes happening in energy storage for stationary reserve power applications? Well, you’re not alone. A lot has been happening over the last 20 years in this industry and it can be frankly overwhelming to keep up with all the modifications. From the enhancements in lead-acid …

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Recycling that typical household battery is not as easy as you might think

Previous Next Recycling that typical household battery is not as easy as you might think Originally by MARK BRUSH • JUN 26, 2014read at Michigan RadioI was surprised to find out recently that you can’t recycle household batteries in Ann Arbor anymore. I used to collect them in a little steel can, but Recycle Ann Arbor stopped taking …

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