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.
The Smithsonian Institute believes battery research is at a tipping point. “The world is waiting on a battery breakthrough,” they say.
China is booming. Firstly it has the second largest economy in the world. Secondly, its population is more than four times that of the United States.
The race is on to discover better batteries for electronic devices. Batteries that will charge faster, discharge slower
Battery recycling makes sense from a consumer perspective. Reducing demand for new raw materials should keep battery prices lower.
A warranty is a conservative prediction by a manufacturer concerning how long a solar battery should last. This assumes responsible use and maintenance.
Lead battery recycling marks a strategic point in the journey of the constituent materials. The plastic case, and the lead plates and sulfuric acid inside have completed their task
Customers often ask where lead is from. The lead we use for plates in our sealed lead-acid batteries is a basic element with added compounds for hardening.