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Jun 17, 2024

Lithion Technologies completes construction of first critical mineral extraction plant

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  • Lithion Technologies, a Canadian company offering solutions to recycle lithium-ion batteries, has announced the completion of its first mineral extraction plant, Lithion Saint-Bruno. This facility is located near Montreal in St-Bruno-de-Montarville.

  • The plant, engineered to extract critical minerals from lithium-ion batteries, has been completely equipped with custom-designed machines to match Lithion’s proprietary technologies and procedures. The Lithion Saint-Bruno plant aims to create a circular flow of battery materials through a two-step recycling process that has a substantially lesser environmental impact than mining.

  • Analyst QuickTake: Lithion announced the construction of the plant in May 2023 . At the time, the company claimed the plant was expected to process over 15,000 tons of lithium-ion batteries annually. Completing the plant and commercializing Lithion’s technology is the first step in the company’s target to establish 25 recycling plants by 2035.

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