Lithium Battery Recycling - How to recycle correctly IFAT 2024

The recycling of lithium batteries has become an increasingly important topic, considering the wide spread of electronic devices and electric vehicles using this technology. Lithium batteries, if not disposed of and recycled properly, can be a source of environmental pollution and a risk to public health, due to the heavy metals and toxic substances contained within them.     Stokkermill, world leader in the production of machines and equipment for recycling materials, is strongly involved in the study and experimentation of innovative solutions for the recycling of lithium batteries. Through the use of state-of-the-art technology and the efficiency of its facilities, Stokkermill is able to render lithium batteries inert and recycle them in a safe and environmentally friendly manner. Lithium batteries are inerted and subjected to a series of mechanical and chemical-physical processes during which the metal and plastic components are separated. The black-mass, in the form of inert powder, is ready to be delivered to downstream plants for the separation operations of the lithium, cobalt and nickel compounds, which will be reused in the production of new batteries or in other industries. The proper recycling of lithium batteries not only contributes to the reduction of the environmental impact associated with their disposal, but also to the reduction of the environmental impact associated with the extraction of natural resources needed for the production processes of new batteries. Yet another decisive step towards a circular economy and environmental and economic sustainability. Stokkermill is strongly committed to continuing to develop advanced solutions for lithium battery recycling, while ensuring compliance with environmental regulations and the highest safety and quality standards.

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