Elemental Holding to build EV battery recycling plant in Poland

Elemental Holding S.A, Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Poland, has announced that it will build a facility to recycle spent lithium-ion batteries from electric vehicles and other products in the city of Zawiercie in southern Poland.

Elemental says it has acquired land for the plant in co-operation with the local authorities and the local special economic zone in Katowice, the country’s main industrial area.

The facility will use technology that enables the recovery and green production of nickel, cobalt, lithium and other metals and raw materials that are essential for the lithium-ion battery value chain, according to the company, which expects operations to begin in 2023.

“We have reached another milestone in what is one of Europe’s most ambitious commercial projects aimed at reducing emissions as well as providing support for the development of e-mobility and circular economy across the continent,” says Michał Zygmunt, vice president of Elemental Holding.


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