Li-ion recycling infrastructure begins to emerge, but larger growth is unlikely without price hikes or further regulations

A strong infrastructure for recycling lead-acid batteries has emerged through their decades of use in the automotive industry, with over 97% of battery lead recycled in the U.S. As the number of Li-ion batteries in the market continues to grow, similar questions regarding the recycling of those batt...

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