A form of rechargeable battery which stores energy by the reversible reduction of lithium ions.
The metal is usually a mixture of nickel, cobalt, copper, aluminium, titanium, lithium and manganese.
Due to their high energy density, high full-charge voltage, and lack of memory effects, lithium-ion batteries are frequently utilised in portable systems that must fit into small spaces.
Li-ion battery recycling reduces the demand for virgin materials, as well as the energy and pollution required to create new products.
We have facilities to recover cobalt, manganese, nickel, aluminium, copper and lithium. It is further processed to make new batteries.
MiniMines is able to recover more than 95% of materials like cobalt, copper, nickel, aluminium, lithium and graphite from a lithium-ion battery.
Four techniques are used to recycle Li-ion batteries: –
This process involves heating the battery to high temperatures in a furnace to break down the battery components and recover valuable metals such as cobalt, nickel, manganese and copper. This technique is efficient but can generate high emissions and requires careful management of hazardous waste.
This process involves dissolving the battery components in acids or other solvents to recover the metals. This technique is more environmentally friendly and highly efficient.
Yes, we will pay for the mobile and laptop batteries. For more inquiries, please contact email@example.com.
The terminals of loose lithium-ion batteries should be taped using packaging, electrical, or duct tape, or they should be put in their own clear plastic bag. Only ground transportation is available for the delivery of goods. Things that pose a risk to one’s health or safety won’t be accepted.
You are welcome to send us as many batteries as you wish. For safe shipping, please read the package specifications.
During transportation or at landfills, they may start fires. Li-ion batteries ought to be brought to specific recycling or domestic hazardous waste collection locations instead.
The swelling, which could cause a fire, is a sign that the battery has been damaged. Until the best method of disposal is found, keep the battery or item in a secure place. This might be done somewhere far from combustible items, such as in a bucket full of a fire-fighting substance like sand.
Minimines is a Clean Technology Company that uses proprietary environment friendly processes to extract and recycle precious commodities from lithium-ion batteries, other industries and their by-products. Our proprietary HYBRID-HYDROMETALLURGY ™ at the core of our process.
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