Aqua Metals in the News
Episode 23: Steve Cotton and David Regan of Aqua Metals on Recycling Lithium-ion Batteries — Sustainably
INNOVATION & TECH TODAY TECH TALKS – Episode 23: Steve Cotton and David Regan of Aqua Metals on Recycling Lithium-ion Batteries — Sustainably
TECHCRUNCH – Can battery recycling help end US reliance on China?
TECHCRUNCH — Automakers and suppliers, keen to fortify an EV supply chain and avoid raw materials shortages, are turning to a domain once overlooked: battery
EV PULSE — With smooth, seamless power, dramatically fewer moving parts and zero tailpipe emissions, electric vehicles offer a host of benefits over internal combustion-powered cars
RECYCLING PRODUCT NEWS — Aqua Metals has plated high purity cobalt and produced manganese dioxide from lithium-ion battery black mass. With the production of these two materials,
WASTE 360 — The Lithium Aquarefining process extracts Lithium Hydroxide and Copper from black mass composed of mixed spent lithium-ion batteries.
Aqua Metals Commences AquaRefining Equipment Shipments to its First Asia Pacific Licensee, ACME Metal
YAHOO! FINANCE — Aqua Metals has commenced Aqualyzer equipment shipments to ACME Metal, the world’s first licensed AquaRefining facility.
By Andrea Hotter | Special Correspondent | FASTMARKETS Lead-acid batteries (LABs) will continue to coexist with their lithium-ion counterparts for the time being, although
RENO GAZETTE JOURNAL — Nearly two years after a fire damaged its refinery just east of Reno-Sparks, Aqua Metals announced a new facility at the same
RECYCLING TODAY — Nevada-based Aqua Metals Inc. says it has signed a letter of intent (LOI) with Taiwan-based ACME Metal Enterprise Co. Ltd. to deploy