Recyclus Appoints Senior Battery Engineer for Lithium-ion Batteries
ecyclus Group Ltd (“Recyclus”) is delighted to announce that Jonathan Regan has been appointed as Senior Battery Engineer for lithium-ion batteries.
With 20 years’ experience in the engineering industry, ranging from military and nuclear to the renewable and hydrogen sector, Jonathan Regan is well-placed to take on the role of Senior Battery Engineer at Recyclus. Jonathan entered the waste sector to specialise in lithium-ion (“Li-ion”) battery disassembly and reuse potential, and he will bring this extensive knowledge and expertise to the Recyclus team.
As Senior Battery Engineer for Li-ion batteries, Jonathan will be responsible for developing battery take-back systems for reuse and ensuring that batteries are processed safely at the Recyclus plants. This work covers all types of batteries both industrial and automotive – in varying states, from prototypes to premature end-of-life batteries to fire damaged and dangerous batteries. With a record to date of over 400 batteries disassembled with zero incidents, the battery testing and disassembly methodology that Jonathan has developed is well-practiced and evolved. It will advance Recyclus’ goal of successfully establishing a circular economy for battery metals through safe and sustainable end-of-life battery management and recycling processes.
Jonathan Regan, Senior Battery Engineer at Recyclus, said:
"Having previously worked with members of the Recyclus team, as far back as my introduction to the waste industry, I am very much looking forward to joining the Recyclus team and to contributing to the development of solutions for battery testing and take-back recycling. The scale of the solution required to adequately serve the battery recycling industry is rapidly becoming clear, and I am pleased to be joining Recyclus at such a pivotal time for the industry."
Robin Brundle, Director of Recyclus Group, said:
"We are delighted to welcome Jonathon to our growing team. His considerable experience and impressive track record further strengthens our customer value proposition.”
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