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Transforming lithium-ion batteries into sustainable energy through recycling.

Transforming old batteries into new ones to generate clean energy is a sustainable practice. By recycling end-of-life Lithium Ion Batteries, we create a renewable energy source that's eco-friendly. This approach not only reduces waste but also contributes to a greener future.

Our commitment towards sustainability

Altair Li-Ion Battery is dedicated to global efforts for Climate Goals, Energy, and Circular Economy, aligning with:

  • Innovation for Climate Action: Developing eco-friendly battery technologies to reduce carbon footprint.
  • Energy Access for All: Ensuring equitable access to clean energy solutions worldwide.
  • Circular Economy Advocacy: Promoting the reuse and recycling of lithium batteries to minimize waste.
  • Environmental Conservation: Supporting initiatives to protect biodiversity and natural ecosystems.
  • Community Engagement: Collaborating with local communities to foster environmental awareness and action.
  • Partnerships for Progress: Working with industry stakeholders and policymakers to drive collective action.
  • Continuous Improvement: Striving for ongoing enhancements in sustainability practices and performance.
  • Transparency and Accountability: Maintaining transparency in operations and accountability for our environmental impact.

Aligned with the UN's 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and committed to achieving Net-Zero emissions by 2070, Altair Li-Ion Battery is dedicated to shaping a more sustainable and resilient future for generations to come.

We recycle lithium-ion batteries from around the globe.

At our plant, we utilize a Net Zero Waste, Zero Emissions approach to recycle end-of-life lithium-ion batteries, resulting in:

Waste Battery Collection

We gather discarded or scrap batteries.

Black Mass Generation

Through a mechanical process, we create black mass.

Precious Metal Extraction

Utilizing a hydrometallurgical process, we extract top-quality lithium, nickel, cobalt, and manganese from the black mass.

Secondary Product Separation

Secondary products such as aluminum, copper, plastic, and iron are separated.

Why should we recycle?

The demand for Lithium-ion battery materials is soaring, expected to reach 7.5 million metric tonnes by 2030 just for Electric Vehicles. With shortages of Rare Earth metals looming, recycling used Lithium-ion cells is imperative. Extracting these metals from old batteries reduces reliance on mining and reintroduces valuable resources into the market, fostering a truly sustainable Circular Economy.

Our Goals for Sustainable Development

In the 21st century, people are highly aware of environmental sustainability. The search for battery recycling companies is growing. Let's explore our sustainable development objectives in this context.

Climate Action

Life On Land

Sustainable Cities And Communities

Affordable And Clean Energy

Responsible Consumption And Production