SHANGHAI, Sept. 9 (SMM) – Xinjiang Renewable Resources Group has entered a contract with local government for the project of a new eco-industrial chain for lead-acid batteries in Xinjiang’s Toksun County, hexun.com reported.
Total investment will be 400 million yuan ($ 62.7 million) and the construction will be divided into 3 phases in 3 years.
The eco-industrial chain will include the scrap lead-acid battery recycling and processing as well as battery producing. Once operational, this chain will effectively address the pollution problem of scrap lead-acid batteries in Xinjiang.
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