Recyclus Group plans to recycle up to 8300 tonnes of batteries at its site each year
A new contender in the race to be the first to offer industrial-scale lithium ion battery recycling in the UK has launched its maiden plant and promised five more will follow within the next five years.
Recyclus Group, the British company that has invested £6 million in the new facility in Wolverhampton, plans to recycle up to 8300 tonnes of batteries harvested from EVs to vapes at its site each year.
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