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Lithium-Ion Battery Recycling: American Manganese Is Carving Out A Niche In One Of The World's Fastest-Growing Industries

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  • The growth of the Electric Vehicle industry continues to gain momentum as more countries embrace "Green Energy" policies, to help reduce carbon emissions and foster eco-friendly environmental policies.
  • While EVs help in solving the problems related to greenhouse gases, they also create a potential environmental hazard, as it relates to disposing of spent Lithium-ion batteries and their components.
  • Early developments for Li-ion battery recycling were costly, burdensome, and inefficient. These methods also used a great deal of energy due to the high heat and chemicals required for their extraction process.
  • A revolutionary new patented technology, called RecycLiCo, developed by American Manganese, offers a low-cost method that removes 99% of these critical materials, thus allowing them to be reused in the manufacturing of new batteries.
  • Next month, a 6,700 square foot RecycLiCo pilot plant is preparing to become the first hydrometallurgical demonstration facility in North America for lithium-ion battery recycling and upcycling.

Li-Ion electric vehicle battery recycling concept. Recycle symbol with EV batteries on wooden desk. 3d rendering.

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A $38 Billion Global Opportunity in The Lithium-ion Recycling Industry

Let's start out this article with the primary reason for our bullish opinion on the Lithium-Ion battery recycling industry and American Manganese (OTCQB:AMYZF).

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