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News from American Battery Technology, e-Stewards and more

American Battery Technology brought its commercial-scale lithium-ion battery recycling facility in Nevada on-line. 

Researchers at the Swedish Chalmers University of Technology developed a method of recovering metals from electric car batteries using oxalic acid. 

Consumer electronics subscription service Circular closed its seed funding round of $7.6 million. 

e-Stewards opened the public comment period for its draft repair and reuse standard. The comment period ends Nov. 17. 

Sustainable Electronics Recycling International (SERI) launched a pilot program for its vocational training program R2U.

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