Battery waste recycling plants not only play a vital role in protecting the environment, but also in using resources.Therefore, advances in the recycling of waste electronics can lead to sustainable development. It can also reduce pollution. It is worth mentioning that the Brazilian government has introduced relevant policies and regulations. There is no doubt that these measures aim to promote the recycling of domestic waste electronic products and encourage their improvement. For example, Brazil enacted the e-Waste Management Law in 2010. It sets out the principles, objectives and division of responsibilities for e-waste management. Therefore, this is conducive to the development of waste electronics recycling plants in Brazil.

Which batteries cannot recycle?

Although most batteries can be recycled, there are some special types of batteries that battery scrap recycling plants in Brazil cannot process.So I’ll tell you more about it.

Lithium Metal Batteries

The first lithium metal battery is a high energy density battery. Due to its high reactivity and potential safety risks, it is difficult to dispose of during routine recycling.

Magnesium battery

In third place, magnesium batteries are similar to lithium metal batteries. Due to its particularity, there is no mature recycling technology at present.

Sodium-Sulfur Battery

In addition, the sodium-sulfur battery is a high-temperature working battery for energy storage systems. Due to the high operating temperature and complex design of this type of battery, so it is difficult to dispose of it in traditional recycling plants.

Mercury batteries

Finally, mercury batteries contain toxic mercury, so you cannot recycle these special types of batteries with other used batteries. That’s why this requires special treatment.

How a waste battery recycling plant works?

The operation process of a battery scrap recycling plant in Brazil usually includes the following steps.

First of all, Battery Recycling plants work with a variety of suppliers, recycling stations and communities to collect used batteries. And then the collected waste batteries will be classified according to different types (such as lead-acid batteries, nickel-cadmium batteries, lithium-ion batteries, etc.).

The old batteries collected first need to be tested and evaluated. This is the only way to determine its chemical composition and battery status. In addition, it helps to determine whether effective recycling is possible.

Depending on the type and state of the used batteries, the recycling plant will use different treatment methods. Generally speaking, the commonly used treatment methods are physical treatment, chemical treatment and smelting. For example, lithium battery recycling equipment can break and screen lithium-ion batteries to separate valuable substances such as cobalt and manganese.

Recycling plants process and process valuable materials extracted from used batteries so that they can be reused. In addition, these materials can be used to make new batteries or other products. This can reduce dependence on raw materials and conserve resources.

In fact, the waste battery recycling plant will strictly comply with environmental protection requirements during the treatment process. In addition, necessary protective measures should be taken. Because this is to prevent the leakage of harmful substances and pollution.

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