Lithium metal (not rechargeable) or Li-ion batteries are being used in many household electrical and electronic appliances.
There is also a significant increase in the new generation of batteries being used for new electric mobility products including E-bikes, E-scooters, Hybrids and EV vehicles.
With the drive to reduce dependence on fossil fuels and improve air quality in cities along with the investment and development of electric drives there are a growing number of hybrid solutions on the market for trucks and buses.
KMK Metals Recycling has devised an approved Lithium battery collection process using the appropriate collection boxes, packaging instructions and logistics to ensure these batteries safely arrive at our battery recycling and storage facility.
KMK Metals Recycling has developed a safe and effective logistics network with the best battery recyclers throughout Europe to maximise the amount of recovered metals with minimum environmental impact.