Lithium-ion battery recycling facility in Casa Grande, Arizona to process 10,000 tons of recycled material per year
Ecobat, the global leader in battery recycling, has announced plans to build its first North American lithium-ion battery recycling facility in Casa Grande, Arizona. The facility will initially produce 10,000 estimated tons of recycled material per year, with plans to expand capacity to satisfy the increasing need to recycle lithium-ion batteries.
Lithium-ion battery recycling
Ecobat CEO Marcus Randolph expressed his enthusiasm for growing the company’s global lithium-ion battery recycling footprint with a new facility in Casa Grande, Arizona. He stated that the facility represents a significant milestone in Ecobat’s strategy to grow its lithium-ion battery recycling business to a scale similar to its world-leading lead battery recycling business.
Second-life recycling solutions
Ecobat’s expansion in the North American market underpins its commitment to providing sustainable, second-life recycling solutions for advanced-battery technology. The company maintains notable International Organization for Standardization (ISO) certifications in environmental, safety and health, quality, and energy management systems.
With the construction of the new facility, Ecobat is taking a significant step towards creating a circular economy for lithium-ion batteries_