The Main Issue

Lithium-ion auto batteries contain toxic acids, including sulfuric acid, which is highly corrosive. Because of the toxicity of these acids, most countries have prohibited the indiscriminate disposal of lithium-ion auto batteries.

The Recycling Process

First, collects dead or used lithium-ion auto batteries. The acids are neutralized so that the battery can be safely disposed of. Next, a hammer mill breaks the battery apart. The different parts of the battery are sorted to separate plastics from the lead plates. Next, the lead plates are melted and cast into an ingot mold, which is used in new batteries.

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