The most important letter in recycling was the capital ‘R’ for ‘recycling’ until a few years ago. However, now other letters are being considered important as well.
Batteries are stores of energy that become electricity when we release it. This amount of energy is tiny when we compare it to the grid.
Plastic; our favorite product to make, use, and throw out. We are living in the age of plastic. So it’s not a surprise that the majority of our everyday products are made of it; our toothbrushes, coffee cups, water bottles…etc. Archaeologists make jokes that in the future when they are doing their diggings, they will […]
The U.S. Fire Administration says we are more at risk of home fires in winter season. We cook elaborate holiday meals, set out our Christmas decorations, and turn on heaters
The electric car industry has been romping along nicely. Fresh ideas for better batteries are coming online rapidly, with lithium leading
Heavy-duty industrial batteries in forklifts, mobile plant, and other industrial applications require topping up
We have written about recycling. And we have expressed our frustration at the automotive industry’s apparent disinterest
EV vehicles have embedded themselves in our culture. The question now arises how we should go about recycling electric vehicle batteries.
Lead-acid batteries have been ahead in the recycling stakes from the beginning. The reasons are obvious.
Battery recycling makes sense from a consumer perspective. Reducing demand for new raw materials should keep battery prices lower.