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Recycling LIBs Last month, a new project was started to develop a closed-loop process for recycling lithium-ion batteries (LIBs). The Recycling Li-ion batteries for electric Vehicle (ReLieVe) project — led by Eramet (Paris, France; www.eramet.com), BASF SE (Ludwigshafen, Germany; www.basf.com) and SUEZ (Paris, France; www.suez.com) — will receive €4.7 million from the E.U. and the three partners to develop the process and to structure a well-integrated recycling industry. The project will officially start in January 2020 and run for two years. The project ReLieVe will carry out a series of activities for the large-scale development of the recycling process and the structuring of an integrated industrial sector from the collection and dismantling of end-of-life batteries going into recycling all the way to the manufacturing of new electrode materials. SUEZ will focus on collection and dismantling of end-of-life batteries; Eramet on the development of the recycling process; and BASF on the manufacturing of cathode-active materials. Academic researchers from Chimie ParisTech and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology will support the members to accelerate the search for innovative solutions. The industrial members…
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