Foreign media: Electric automotive industry faces battery recycling problems

2022/04/08

  Author :Iflowpower – Portable Power Station Supplier

The British "Financial Times" website issued an article on September 3, saying that with the mainstream of electric vehicles gradually become the mainstream of travel vehicles, companies are preparing to have an important environment: once the electric car scrapped, used to drive their lithium How to deal with ion batteries? Millions of small lithium-ion batteries for various products such as smartphones and electric toothbrush consume many resources. Rosekir Information Service Company's data shows that in 2015, these batteries consume about $ 2 billion metal and minerals. Finally, they are almost all treated filled away, or still stay in people's home idle electrical appliances.

Battery used for electric vehicles should be much larger, life expectancy of 8-10 years. Rosekir Information Service Company predicted that by 2025, the battery used in the electric vehicle in the lithium-ion battery market will reach 90%. This will increase the demand for lithium to the original four times, and the demand for cobalt will increase more than double.

Lithium and cobalt are two basic elements for making electric vehicle batteries. This year, the price of cobalt has risen more than 80%. However, although the case of recovering small lithium-ion batteries is not common, many companies want to recycle automotive batteries and are trying to profit from recycling waste automotive batteries through various ways.

Since 2006, Belgium's Jimei has become one of the few companies that recover lithium-ion batteries. It uses a smelting and chemical leaching process to recover the metal. The company said, now it is on a pilot project to recycle electric car batteries.

This is a "quite large" number of car batteries to enter the market for 2025. One of the problems is that the lithium ion battery on the electric vehicle uses a variety of chemical processes, which makes normalized recovery difficulties. Linda Gaines, an analyst at the Algun National Laboratory Transportation Research Center, said: "Everyone is using their own way.

Recycling lead-acid batteries should be simple. "Headquartered in OTO technology company in Oregon, I hope to avoid this problem. The method taken is to produce high-quality battery electrode materials directly with waste batteries instead of disassembling battery components.

Steve Slugu, the company, said: "By 2025, this will definitely become a vibrant industry. Now and 2020, it will try how to practice, and collect these materials back for manufacturing. "Canada Recycling Company" Lithium Circulation "company said that it is profitable to map all battery materials.

The company claims that it can recover all kinds of lithium-ion batteries and collect 90% of materials, including lithium, cobalt, copper and graphite. The company's CEO and Joint founder Ajie Corkhar said: "Realize all economic value . this will make it profitable.

To truly understand what will promote this market, consider all other valuable components contained therein. "Corkhar estimates that by 2030, more than 11 million tons of waste lithium ion batteries will be discarded. His company hopes that the start will deal with 5,000 tons, and finally deal with 250,000 tons one year.

Car manufacturers are also considering battery recovery. In a pusher in July last year, Tesla Motor, founder Elon Mask, said that it is fully supplied by the clean energy after the completion of the Clean Energy after the completion of the Clean Energy, including battery recovery. my country and the EU have introduced rules, which will allow automakers to recover their batteries.

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