Completion of a Scoping Study into the Recycling of Electric Vehicle Batteries at the MEDET Hydrometallurgical Refinery in Bulgaria

The study completed by Hatch is based on existing infrastructure to process battery waste from 16,000 electric vehicles. Incremental capital costs to modify the flow-sheet to treat “black mass” from end-of-life electric vehicle batteries is substantially lower than a greenfield project. There are few environmentally friendly options to recycle end of life batteries in Europe…

Altilium Metals Announces a Strategic Partnership with Tatton Consulting, an award-winning Innovation and Grants Consultancy

Altilium Metals Ltd has formed an alliance and has received investment from Tatton Consulting, R&D Grant Consulting Company of the year 2022. Tatton has a strong market leading position in supporting the UK’s most innovative and disruptive SMEs identify, apply for, and win grants and tax credits to innovate and grow. Altilium Metals has this…

£1 million winner of the UK Government Automotive Transformation Fund Scale up Readiness Validation competition

Altilium Metals winning R&D proposal is to produce samples of recycled end-of-life electric vehicle batteries and manufacture new lithium-ion batteries. New battery production will validate the electrochemical performance of recycled technology metals and verify they perform the same as batteries from virgin raw material. The battery manufacture and testing will be done in conjunction with…

Interim Technical Report from Hatch Ltd for Processing of end-of-life Electric Vehicle batteries at the MEDET European Hydrometallurgical Plant

Altilium Metals holds a multiyear concession agreement to extract minerals from the MEDET copper tailings and a solvent extraction-electrowinning (SX-EW) plant in Bulgaria. Altilium Metals appointed leading Engineering Consultant Hatch Ltd for the retrofit of the MEDET hydrometallurgical plant for the recycling of end-of-life electric vehicle batteries. Hatch has presented their interim commercial and engineering…