Sweden’s Chalmers University develops an innovative method to recycle used EV batteries

Circular Economy & Remanufacturing
ATI News Team

The researchers at the university have used oxalic acid — an organic acid that can be found in the plant kingdom

Researchers at the Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, have innovated a new and efficient way to recycle critical metals from used electric vehicle batteries, according to a press note released by the university on October 17.

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