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 how they collect, ship, dispose of, and recycle their waste. When it comes to environmental impact, it is not so much the amount of waste as the type of waste that matters.
Once batteries reach the end of their lifecycle, they are considered to be hazardous waste. Their collection, shipping, treatment, and disposal are subject to strict traceability requirements. Producers of hazardous waste are now required to issue a consignment note when handing their waste over to third parties for shipping, disposal, or recycling. This consignment note contains detailed information about the volume, origin, recycling process, and final destination of any substances extracted during recycling.
At Recupyl, we have the know-how to reliably track all of the waste we handle, at all stages of the treatment chain. We have developed a management system that meets regulatory requirements and the needs of our customers by providing reports, invoices, real-time information, and production information for all types of battery-related waste.