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…

Press release confirming Altilium Metals award in the recycling category of UK Government’s APC’s Scale-up Readiness Validation (SuRV) competition

Under this 18 month program a mixed stream of battery chemistries will be processed and samples will be provided to Imperial College, London for the manufacture of batteries to validate the performance of recycled material compared to virgin raw material. This technical validation will increase the confidence in use of recycled material in new cell…

Altilium Metals to Upsize Capacity of its First UK Plant Study to Meet Accelerating Demand for Battery Recycling

Through close collaboration with Engineering Consultant Hatch we are preparing a Definitive Feasibility Study for a UK Recycling Plant. The input processing capacity will be increased from 10,000 tonnes to 50,000 tonnes of “black mass” annually. The significant volume of end of life batteries and scrap from giga-sized battery manufacturing expected in the UK requires…

Altilitech Battery Recycling Technology focussed in a Tech Alert from IPI Singapore, a government agency championing enterprise development

Altilium Metals Ltd subsidiary Altilitech Ltd has developed a proprietary process to recycle end-of-life electric vehicle batteries to extract rare and critical metals lithium, nickel, cobalt and manganese at a quality for reuse in cell production. Whereas other recyclers are producing battery precursors such as nickel sulphate which require further processing with added cost and…

Appointment of Hatch Ltd for the Engineering aspects of a feasibility study for a new UK Electric Vehicle Battery Recycling Plant

This feasibility study will accelerate and support the investment decision regarding development of a new UK site capable of processing battery waste from 20,000 electric vehicles to reclaim scarce technology metals such as lithium, nickel, cobalt at a quality for re-use in cell manufacture. The work is performed in conjunction and under the support of…

Altilium Metals commends the UK Government for its first-ever critical minerals strategy that aims to improve the security of supply of critical minerals

This new strategy identified that large quantities of critical minerals are in products we use today, including end-of-life electric vehicle batteries. As critical minerals become increasingly difficult to find and extract from the ground, it will be important to make best use of those already in circulation, through a circular economy.   Through this strategy,…