We operate our own recycling facility

Recycling all types of lithium-ion batteries in a quick and efficient way in our own facility (coming soon!)

Our recycling process


Testing batteries to determine the correct recycling method and recycling processes

Mechanical Recycling

Crushing the batteries into Black Mass, which is a mixture of valuable metals

Hydro Recycling

Separating the Black Mass into individual metals, which can be used to make new batteries

What we recycle

We can recycle many different types of lithium-ion batteries commonly used in Electric Vehicles and other electronics.

NMC: Nickel Manganese Cobalt Oxide

LFP: Lithium Iron Phosphate

NCA: Lithium Nickel Cobalt Aluminum Oxide

LTO: Lithium Titanate Oxide

LCO: Lithium Cobalt Oxide

LMO: Lithium Manganese Oxide

What we produce

We produce two materials from recycled Electric Vehicle Batteries. These materials are used to produce new batteries.

More than 90% of an Electric Vehicle Battery can be fully recycled!


Black Mass

A valuable mixture of metals such as Graphite, Nickel, Lithium and Cobalt which are required for new lithium-ion battery cell production.

Metal Scrap

A lithium-ion battery is made up of many parts, and the battery pack also contain useful metals such as copper, steel, iron, and aluminum.

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