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AUTOMOTIVE

Helping create a Sustainable Automotive Industry

One of the world's largest uses of batteries is in the form of automobiles and as we develop more sustainable technology, much of the batteries that were once used are now becoming redundant. 

This is why Cellcycle works with automotive businesses to sustainably recycle and dispose of all types of vehicle batteries including lithium ion batteries found in electric vehicles and lead-acid batteries commonly used in cars and older vehicles.

Automotive Battery Types: Lithium-Ion (Li-ion), Nickel Metal Hydride.

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EV Battery Recycling

Electric vehicles (EV) are becoming more and more popular around the world and has led to legislation in the UK banning all non-electric vehicle production by 2030. 

Nearly all batteries used in electric vehicles are lithium-ion (li-ion and can last up to 10 years before they need replacing. When they reach a diminished capacity they become redundant. 

At Cellcycle we collect, treat and recycle all types of lithium-ion batteries from large li-ion batteries found in electric cars and vehicles (EVS) to those smaller like e-bikes, scooters and hoverboards.