Lithium battery recycling solutions at the 28th International Congress - ICBR 2023 | STOKKERMILL

Lithium battery recycling solutions at the 28th International Congress. As the electric vehicle (EV) revolution gains momentum and renewable energy technologies continue to develop, demand for lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) is reaching unprecedented levels. Stokkermill, a pioneering name in recycling machinery and solutions, has taken on the challenge of addressing the critical issue of end-of-life lithium-ion battery recycling with a strong commitment directed at sustainability and technological innovation.

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Addressing complex challenges and providing sustainable solutions

Lithium-ion batteries power our modern world, from electric vehicles and electronics to renewable energy storage systems. However, the rapid growth of these technologies leads to a significant increase in spent batteries, an issue that requires efficient and appropriate solutions. Indeed, handling and recycling of used LIBs poses significant challenges due to high voltages, complex assembly, and potential explosion risk.

Thinking about recycling with state-of-the-art technologies

Stokkermill adopts state-of-the-art technologies to sort and recover the elements that make up batteries: black-mass, nonferrous metal fractions, copper and aluminum. Mechanical recovery contributes to the development and dissemination of virtuous practices of sustainable circular economy.

Safety, efficiency and environmental responsibility

For Stokkermill, safety, efficiency and environmental responsibility are indispensable elements. The verification of processes and the need to build plants that meet the desired standards set by management systems imposes a major commitment in terms of design and functional verification.


Also this year Stokkermill will participate in the International Congress for Battery Recycling, ICBR 2023. The most important international congress on battery recycling, which will take place in Valencia, Spain, on 6th-8th September. The occasion will be important to explore various aspects related to the development and diffusion of batteries in modern economies and to take stock of the development of best practices in recycling and material recovery of lithium-ion and more traditional alkaline batteries. ICBR2023 will also be an opportunity to raise awareness of recent technological developments and the support Stokkermill is able to offer to the recycling and material recovery industry. For more details or information on Stokkermill machines and equipment, please write to: