SHANGHAI, Mar. 3 (SMM) – Tianjin Toho Lead Recycling plans to invest 356.48 million yuan to build lead-acid battery scrap and lead-containing scrap disposal production lines in Tiajin Nangang Industrial Zone with disposal capacity at 160,000 tonnes/yr.
The production line can produce 108,000 tonnes of secondary lead and lead alloy, including 42,000 tonnes of lead-antimony alloy, 29,000 tonnes of lead-calcium alloy and 37,000 tonnes of refined lead. The project will also produce 30,200 tonnes of anhydrous sodium sulfate and 10,900 tonnes of plastic scrap.
The project was approved on February 24.
After interviewing Shanghai Xinyun Precious & Rare Metal Regenerateal Chairman Wu Xiaoyun, the person in charge of Nangang project, SMM learned that the company will start construction in June 2017 and will put it into trial operation in April 2019.
The project imports full-enclosed and oxygen-enriched shaft furnace from Italy and Japan, which is designed according to China’s latest Secondary Lead Industry Standards. The emission of sulfur dioxide is 1/4 lower than national standards. So, the supermatic equipment meets China’s national conditions with energy conversation and emission reduction.
With stricter environmental requirements, the approval of the project shows an advanced and environmental technology at Tianjin Toho Lead Recycling.
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