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.

Please refer to the section on collection units and contact Envirostream direct for the latest pricing.

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 info@envirostream.com.au 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.

To find out more, contact us at info@envirostream.com.au.