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Used batteries

Used batteries can be primary batteries (non-rechargeable) in which some of the stored energy has been used or secondary batteries (rechargeable) which have experienced a number of charging cycles.

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Useful Links

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Regulatory documents: European Directive 06/66/CE 6 Sep 2006 relating to cells and batteries and their wastes French decree n° 99-374 du 12 May 1999: Regulation of the marketing and the ...

Why choose RECUPYL?

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When you choose Recupyl, you choose a trusted clean-tech partner to support your business' environmentally-responsible image. Recupyl's business is built on three main pillars: ...

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RECUPYL: FROM WASTE TO STRATEGIC METALS Recupyl's innovative process for recycling batteries and recovering their valuable metals fits in perfectly with the concept of "Urban Mine" or ...

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Innovative battery recycling: Recupyl treats several types of batteries and recovers their valuable materials. We also offer comprehensive systems designed to give you peace of mind wherever you ...

Lithium-Ion battery recycling

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Rechargeable batteries, especially lithium-ion batteries, are becoming increasingly common in desktop and laptop computers, mobile phones, and other handheld devices, as well as in a host of other day-to-day applications-even ...

Electric Arc Furnace Dust (pigments)

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Recupyl is majority stakeholder in a joint venture called Recupac, which recycles electric arc furnace dust (EAFD), a steel industry waste product containing primarily iron and zinc. Recupac has developed ...

Fly-Ash

The fly-ash produced by solid waste incinerators contains heavy metals. Disposing of this incinerator residue in landfills does not eliminate the risk of pollution-in fact, landfill disposal of this waste ...

Photovoltaic panels

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The photovoltaic industry is booming. Nearly 90% of all photovoltaic cells are currently made from mono and polycrystalline silicon. Given the soaring demand for solar panels, developing an efficient recycling ...

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