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Altilium partners with Enva to collect and recycle EV batteries in UK
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Jun 10, 2024
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Waste Recovery & Management Tech

Waste Recovery & Management Tech

Jun 10, 2024

Altilium partners with Enva to collect and recycle EV batteries in UK

Partnerships

  • Altilium, a UK-based clean tech startup, and Enva, a recycling and resource recovery company, have teamed up to recycle electric vehicle (EV) batteries in the UK.

  • The partnership will leverage Enva's national collection infrastructure and Altilium's recycling expertise to collect and process old EV batteries. By leveraging Altilium's EcoCathode process, over 95% of the battery metals can be reclaimed and repurposed for making new batteries.

  • Analyst QuickTake: The latest partnership adds to Altilium’s growing list of partners, which includes Talga Group , Nissan , Marubeni , and ABB . Altilium is also constructing what it claims is the UK’s largest EV battery recycling facility in Teesside and has secured multiple UK Government grants within its funding mix.

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