Award of an Environmental Agency permit to recycle electric vehicle battery black mass at the “metric tons” scale at our UK Battery Recycling Technology Centre

Our Electric Vehicle Battery Technology Centre in Devon, UK has been awarded a permit from the Environment Agency to recycle EV battery waste or black mass at the “metric ton” scale. At this Innovation Centre we have a demonstration line to scale up a proprietary process to recycle EV spent battery waste direct to cathode…

Notification Altilium Metals is winner of a UK Government Faraday Battery Challenge Award of £1.2 million in conjunction with Imperial College, London

The Faraday Battery Challenge Round 5 Innovation: CR&D award activity will take place at our EV Battery Recycling Technology Centre in Devon, UK and will focus on the on processing of lithium ferro-phosphate (LFP) batteries. Imperial will produce lithium-ion coin cells and pouch cell batteries to validate the electrochemical performance of recycled technology metals from…

Incorporation of PT Altilium Battery Metals in Indonesia for Processing of Nickel, Cobalt as Feedstock to planned Mega-scale Battery Recycling Plant in the UK

Indonesia holds the world’s largest nickel reserves and over the next several years is expected to provide most of the new nickel supply needed by the globe’s booming electric vehicle industry. Altilium Metals has incorporated PT Altilium Battery Metals in Indonesia for the processing of primary ores of nickel, cobalt to MHP as feedstock to…

Altilium Metals Receives Funding To Improve Climate Friendliness and Commercial Value of its Process to Recycle End-of-Life Lithium-ion Batteries

We are pleased to announce we will receive funding from Innovate UK, the United Kingdom’s innovation agency for an 18-month program driving forward the efficiency and reducing the carbon footprint of our proprietary recycling process, focused on: Utilising novel ultrasonic leaching methods to accelerate leaching, while reducing operational costs Pioneering environmental-friendliness, using natural bacteria called…