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Battery Resourcers Inc

54 Rockdale St

Worcester, MA, 01606

Email: info@batteryresourcers.com

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Technology

Battery Resourcers closed loop recycling process recovers LiNixMnzCoyO2 (NMC) from a mixture of spent Li-ion batteries.  Battery Resourcers has successfully recovered NMC 111 and 532, it is currently developing the ability to recover NMC 622. The recovered cathode materials have been independently proven to be as good as commercial materials. In addition Battery Resourcers also recovers aluminum, copper, plastics, graphite, methanol and chemicals used in its recycling process.

Old Batteries from Electronics

Battery Resourcers

New Batteries

Clean Energy

Old lithium batteries from phones, electric vehicles, laptops, and many other everyday electronics can be recycled.

Recycle

Our lithium ion battery recycling process, generates "like new" cathode materials that can be used in new batteries. Other components like steel, copper, aluminum, etc are also recycled.

Raise Awareness

In the era of transitioning to new energy Battery Resourcers advocates for  cleaner energy. Awareness of new cleaner energy is just around the corner.

The Goal

Battery Resourcers' mission is to increase Li-ion battery recycling rates and lower the battery industry’s environmental footprint and cost through a proprietary closed loop Li-ion battery recycling technology. Battery Resourcers process enables the recovery of new cathode materials or precursor that can be used in new batteries.  Currently, over 70% of a battery’s material cost is associated with the cathode material.  An efficient and profitable business is created when the recovery of the cathode material is included in the full recycling business model.  Essentially all of the core battery components can be recovered and sold back into various commodities markets including cathode materials, steel, copper, aluminum, and graphite.  An economically viable recycling process will reduce the cost and environmental impact of Li-ion batteries deployed in various applications.