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Lithium-ion battery recycler to build New York facility

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Li-Cycle Incorporated recently announced plans for a Rochester, N.Y. facility capable of processing at least 10 million pounds of lithium-ion batteries per year. | Vietnam stock photos/Shutterstock

Canadian firm Li-Cycle Incorporated, which handles lithium-ion batteries from e-scrap and other sources, is developing a $175 million processing hub in the U.S.

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Company refines EV battery recycling method using e-scrap

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Redwood Materials recently raised $40 million to fund its efforts to develop a battery recycling process to supply the electric vehicle market. | Monkey Business Images/Shutterstock

A Nevada startup looking to build a major electric vehicle battery recycling operation is starting off by processing batteries from consumer electronics.

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Is the e-scrap metal market cooling?

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E-scrap for recycling.

While gold’s value is up 30% this year, following on the 20% improvement last year, a slight market correction has occurred in past weeks. | Andriy Malakhovskyy/Shutterstock

The value of the base and precious metals recovered from obsolete electronics has been at near record highs in recent months. However, market conditions appear to be softening.

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Startup nears commercial scale with PCB technology

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EnviroLeach has been developing a non-toxic hydrometallurgical metals leaching method for several years. | Courtesy of Enviroleach.

Circuit board processor EnviroLeach is gearing up to bring its Canadian facility to commercial-scale capacity in the next two months. The company recently raised significant capital to help in that effort.

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