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Used batteries

Used batteries can be primary batteries (non-rechargeable) in which some of the stored energy has been used or secondary batteries (rechargeable) which have experienced a number of charging cycles.

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Batteries of the future

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Thanks to our in-depth research, Recupyl has become an expert in the recycling of lithium batteries. But we do not plan to stop there; our R&D staff is busy developing ...

Advanced battery components

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President Barack Obama announced $2.4Bn in funding to produce the next generation of hybrid electric vehicles and the advanced battery components. This includes up to $1.5Bn in grants to produce ...

RECUPYL has been named in the prestigious 2010 Global Cleantech 100

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Recupyl, an international company that develops and operates processes to recover strategic metals from waste (the new "urban mine") - with a primary focus on electric batteries - has been ...

Traceability

When it comes to traceability, Recupyl aims to meet and exceed the expectations of even the most demanding customers. Today businesses are being held accountable for ...

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At Recupyl, we have leveraged years of scientific research to develop high-performance recycling systems capable of handling multiple battery technologies. However, because recycling high-value materials is about more than just ...

Hydrometallurgy

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Hydrometallurgy is a branch of extractive metallurgy in which metals are treated using an aqueous solution. Recupyl's patented process consists of recovering the metals in electric batteries ...

Photovoltaic panels

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The photovoltaic industry is booming. Nearly 90% of all photovoltaic cells are currently made from mono and polycrystalline silicon. Given the soaring demand for solar panels, developing an efficient recycling ...

Alkaline / Zinc-Carbon battery recycling

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The rapid expansion of the global battery market calls for a new approach to end-of-life battery management. In the past, most alkaline and zinc-carbon batteries were simply buried in landfills ...

Electric Arc Furnace Dust (pigments)

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Recupyl is majority stakeholder in a joint venture called Recupac, which recycles electric arc furnace dust (EAFD), a steel industry waste product containing primarily iron and zinc. Recupac has developed ...

Why choose RECUPYL?

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When you choose Recupyl, you choose a trusted clean-tech partner to support your business' environmentally-responsible image. Recupyl's business is built on three main pillars: ...

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