Recyclus Group Ltd (“Recyclus”), has been certified as compliant with ISO standards for Quality Management (ISO 9001), Environmental Management (ISO 14001) and Health & Safety Management (ISO45001).
Commercial Manager, Ralph Harkess, attended the ICBR in Salzburg to discuss the latest advancements in battery recycling, with his presentation stressing the importance of establishing domestic battery recycling and black mass capabilities.Read More
Recyclus has appointed Jo Dennis as Group Managing Director with effect from 10 October 2022Read More
Recyclus has received ABTO status from the Environmental Agency for its recycling site in Tipton, West Midlands, meaning that Recyclus can immediately commence manual recycling operations at its lead-acid facility.
Recyclus Group has been granted a UN-standard safety certification for its industry-leading battery boxes. The battery boxes, under the brand name Halo, provide a secure solution to the challenges of safely storing and transporting Li-ion batteries.
Recyclus has received three lithium battery testbed systems designed to measure a range of different battery chemistries of different sizes at its Wolverhampton site.
The EA permit at the Wolverhampton plant will provide the critical legal foundation from which Recyclus can receive the variation of licence required to enable the Wolverhampton site to be fully operational
Issue of permit allows for treatment and processing of lead-acid batteries on-site and is a key step towards commencement of operations
Arjun Thakkar, a member of the Catalyst team at the Sussex Innovation Centre, looks at the circular economy model, and the need to invest in such a model if we are to work towards climate change focused, sustainable practices.
Lindsay Chathli speaks to Natasha Allden, non-executive director at Recyclus Group (49% owned by Technology Minerals Plc)Read More
Recyclus Group appoints new Managing Director, Matthew TaylorRead More
Recyclus welcomes Jonathan Regan as Senior Battery Engineer for Li-ion batteries.
New facility will help to provide national capability for lead-acid battery recycling
Technology Minerals Plc's Chairman, Robin Brundle, meets with Top Charger to discuss EV battery recycling opportunities
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The two have created an engineering doctorate focused on battery recycling technologies
Robin Brundle, Director of Recyclus Group, speaks with The Engineer about Recyclus' battery recycling capabilities and targets
The first listed UK company focused on creating a sustainable circular economy for battery metals, is pleased to announce it has signed a partnership agreement with Slicker Recycling Limited
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Lithium is one of the most in-demand commodities in the world today.
Lithium-ion battery costs for electric vehicles are falling continuously