Envirostream’s battery recycling technology, which is based on international best practice, uses a combination of mechanical and hydraulic separation techniques to recover around 95% of the materials that make up a battery. Importantly, no incineration is involved. To find out more, contact us or refer to our section on processing.
Envirostream offers a complete origin-to-end battery collection and processing system that includes transportation and reporting. We can design a collection model that meet the needs of your organisation, as well as its location.
Envirostream recycles all types of spent batteries, including alkaline, Li-ion, nickel metal hydride, lead acid and nickel cadmium.
Yes. There is a rebate for spent lead-acid batteries, which is based on the current commodity price for lead. Because this can vary, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for the latest rebate value. At present, no other battery chemistry carries a rebate.
In September 2020, the ACCC authorised the Battery Stewardship Council to establish and operate a national stewardship scheme for managing spent batteries. The scheme will impose a levy on batteries at their point of sale, with the funds generated used to subsidise the collection and recycling of spent batteries.
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