SMM9, March 10 / PRNewswire-FirstCall-Asianet /-- India's State-owned Electronic Technology Materials Center (C-MET) plans to build facilities to recycle lithium batteries as part of the country's strategy to develop a homegrown battery metal supply chain and reduce dependence on imports.
The recycling facility has developed technologies for extracting cobalt, nickel, lithium, copper, aluminum, gold and platinum from scrapped lithium-ion batteries on a pilot scale. The selected partner will be responsible for using C-MET 's technology to stabilize the facility.
C-MET also hopes to set up a smelting facility to process about 2 tons per day of printed circuit boards and recover copper and other metals. The company has attracted interest from companies, expanding its current furnace capacity from 30 litres to 250 litres. C-MET also plans to work with the company to build printed circuit board recycling plants nationwide to promote metal recycling.
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