Altilium’s innovative EV battery recycling technology is the subject of a new case study by the Advanced Propulsion Centre, released today, which takes an in-depth look at the pioneering work being carried out at our facilities in Devon and our plans to support the electrification of transport in the UK.

As the film notes, Altlilium’s EcoCathode™ process can recover over 95% of the lithium, nickel, cobalt and manganese from EV battery waste at a high enough quality to rebuild new batteries, with 60% lower carbon and 20% lower cost compared to virgin raw material mining.

Speaking to the APC, Altilium COO and co-founder, Dr Christian Marston, highlighted the importance of establishing a circular economy for these critical battery materials: “What we’re doing at Altilium is giving the UK a domestic, low-carbon, sustainable source of critical materials for an EV battery supply chain.”

Altilium is grateful for the support of the APC, which has enabled the company to scale-up its battery recycling technology and collaborate with leading partners in the EV battery supply chain, including Nissan.

Watch the video to find out more:

Get in touch

Building the recycling infrastructure needed for net-zero requires a collaborative approach.