EV Battery Recycling
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The lithium-ion batteries powering electric cars can be reused or recycled at the end of the vehicle’s lifespan. Here’s why EV battery recycling is key in the transition. 

Hyundai Canada
Mar 25, 2024
3 minute read

The new plant will help Cyclic scale up its technologies en route to building a full commercial plant with eight times greater capacity by 2025

Mehanaz Yakub
Dec 21, 2023
4 minute read

The EV Battery Recovery program will ensure EV batteries not captured by OEMs’ existing recovery procedures won’t be lost or discarded as waste

Mehanaz Yakub
Jul 25, 2023
4 minute read

After signing an MOU in May, Indigenous-owned Three Fires Group and Electra have solidified plans to advance battery recycling in Ontario

Josh Kozelj
Jul 5, 2023
3 minute read

Indigenous-led group says it sees plenty of opportunity in battery minerals recycling, with no company yet to emerge as a “dominant” player

Josh Kozelj
May 24, 2023
4 minute read

The Kingston Ont.-based rare earth elements recycler will use the funding to scale up its capacity, creating a hub-and-spoke network for commercial operations

Mehanaz Yakub
May 10, 2023
4 minute read

After tripling its North American battery recycling capacity in 2022, Canada’s Li-Cycle plans to open its largest-ever facility this year in Germany — with much more in the works

Josh Kozelj
Mar 21, 2023
4 minute read

While a shift to electric transportation is considered a move in the right direction, it also poses new challenges including how to handle end-of-life batteries

CSA Group
Jan 5, 2023
4 minute read

The strategic partnership between GM and Lithion Recycling will offer the automaker an opportunity to secure a stream of reclaimed battery minerals to feed their in-house cell manufacturing factories

Mehanaz Yakub
Sep 26, 2022
4 minute read

CEO Elon Musk has hinted heavily, as recently as Telsa’s Aug. 4 annual meeting, that it is considering Canada as a destination for a new manufacturing facility. But public documents filed in Ontario in July are the first concrete evidence of Tesla’s interest in either an industrial or “advanced manufacturing facility”

Emma Jarratt
Aug 5, 2022
6 minute read
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