Recycling & Repurposing Lithium-Ion Batteries
Economically Protecting the Environment while Utilizing Retrieved Materials in the Fabrication of New Products
October 15, 2020
While 99 percent of lead-acid batteries in the United States are recycled, only between 20 to 40 percent of lithium-ion batteries are recycled. Recycling lithium-ion batteries is a far more complicated process. Recycling techniques can depend on the battery
chemistry, which are still evolving. Adding another level of complexity and cost, shipping old batteries as hazardous material to battery recycling plants can be both dangerous and expensive.
Join us at Cambridge EnerTech’s Recycling & Repurposing Lithium-Ion Batteries conference and learn about the recycling infrastructure and new recycling methods that are leading the way to an environmentally-friendly battery market.
Coverage will include, but is not limited to:
- Battery chemistry sorting methods
- Battery deconstruction process
- Safe cell chopping
- Safe burning of battery electrolytes
- Smelting of metallic components
- Disposal of safe non-recoverable waste metals
If you would like to submit a proposal to give a presentation at this meeting, please click here.
The deadline for priority consideration is April 3, 2020.
All proposals are subject to review by session chairpeople and/or the Scientific Advisory Committee to ensure the overall quality of the conference program. Additionally, as per Cambridge EnerTech’s policy, a select number of vendors and consultants who provide products and services will be offered opportunities for podium presentation slots based on a variety of Corporate Sponsorships.
For more details on the conference, please contact:
Phone: (+1) 781.972.1346
For partnering and sponsorship information, please contact:
Senior Business Development Manager
Phone: (+1) 781.972.1359
Phone: (+1) 781.972.1343