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WEEE - Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment

Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) forms an increasingly significant proportion of industrial and municipal waste. WEEE contains a complex mixture of plastics, metals (some heavt metals and some precious metals) and other materials. The European WEEE directive obliges member countries to put in place collection and treatment schemes for WEEE. Recupyl's processes are able to recycle an increasing proportion of WEEE wastes including batteries, CRTs and flat screens.

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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 ...

Batteries of the future

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Thanks to our in-depth research, Recupyl has become an expert in the recycling of lithium batteries. But we do not plan to stop there; our R&D staff is busy developing ...

Electric vehicle battery recycling

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You probably know that Recupyl provides end-of-life management solutions for lithium-ion batteries. But did you know that we can also develop customised systems for battery and automobile manufacturers, to help ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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At Recupyl, we have leveraged years of scientific research to develop high-performance recycling systems capable of handling multiple battery technologies. However, because recycling high-value materials is about more than just ...

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