RecycLiCo Battery Materials Pilot Plant Optimization Tests Increase Recycling Process Capacity

June 9, 2020

Pilot Plant Processing Capacity Increased from 64 kg/day to 160 kg/day of Lithium-ion Battery Cathode Material CEO: Potential to Reduce Commercial Plant Expenses with Increased Processing Capacity RecycLiCo Battery Materials (“AMY” or the “Company”) is pleased to report that engineering upgrades with the addition of thermal control of exothermic reactions enabled the lithium-ion battery cathode … Read More

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Electric car boom spurs investor scramble for cobalt

February 14, 2017

By Pratima Desai | Reuters LONDON LONDON Investors are buying up physical cobalt anticipating that shortages of the metal, a key component of lithium-ion batteries used in electrical cars, will spur prices to their highest levels since the 2008 financial crisis.Prices for cobalt metal have climbed nearly 50 percent since September to five-year peaks around $19 … Read More

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Why Strategic Metals Matter More than Ever Before

July 24, 2012

By Larry W. Reaugh – President & CEO of RecycLiCo Battery Materials As you may know, a very important bill has been circulating through the U.S. House of Representatives over the last month, a bill that could potentially change the landscape of permitting mine sites in the United States. H.R. 4402 (also known as the … Read More

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The Growing Manganese Market

April 17, 2012

By Larry W. Reaugh – President & CEO of RecycLiCo Battery Materials Earlier this week (April 16th) Global Industry Analysts Inc. released a new report outlining the future growth of manganese, electrolytic manganese metal (EMM) and electrolytic manganese dioxide (EMD). In this report GIA forecasted the manganese market to grow to 24.9 million metric tons … Read More

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Clean Mining at PDAC

March 21, 2012

By Larry W. Reaugh – President & CEO of RecycLiCo Battery Materials At American Manganese, we’re proud of the low energy and low water process we’ve designed for producing electrolytic manganese metal. As we described in February, our Artillery Peak property in Arizona’s process is to use a fraction of the power of today’s processes … Read More

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