Li-Ion Battery Recycling
GlobalTech buys Li-ion batteries to help keep them out of refineries by finding ways to re-use batteries that still have life left. We also have many options to actually refine the battery to get cobalt and other precious metals out. A Lithium-Ion battery (sometimes called Li-ion battery or LIB) is a common battery used in consumer electronics such as laptops, cell phones and other electronic devices.
NiMH Battery Recycling
Nickel metal hydride batteries (sometimes called NiMH or Ni–MH) are a type of rechargeable battery. We have access to one of the world’s best refining facilities to safely recover the nickel. The price we pay for this material is a reflection of just how good this process is.
Ni-Cd Battery Recycling:
A nickel-metal cadmium battery (sometimes called NiCD, Ni-Cad or Ni–Cd) is a type of rechargeable battery. NiCD batteries are losing their popularity but are still used in a lot of cordless tools as well as various wireless electronics.
Wet NiCD Battery Recycling
Also called industrial alkaline or wet Industrial batteries, these ventilated wet cell and valve regulated Ni-Cd batteries are used in reserve power applications like emergency lighting, standby power and UPS.
Aviation Aircraft Battery Recycling
Aircraft batteries serve to start the engines on airplanes. They are usually in a steel case to protect the battery.
LiFePO4 Battery Recycling
Lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4), also known as LFP, is a compound used in lithium iron phosphate batteries (related to Li-Ion batteries). It is targeted for use in power tools and electric vehicles.
Lead Acid Batteries
Lead-acid batteries come in many shapes and sizes. They are mostly used when surge current is not important. Large-format lead-acid designs are widely used for storage in backup power supplies in cell phone towers. Other applications include forklifts, automobiles, and marine electronics.
Absolyte Battery Recycling
This is a lead-acid battery that is a single cell, valve regulated (VRLA), maintenance-free (no topping-up), special high current performance battery. Lead-acid batteries are used in the telecommunications field. Despite myths within the industry, this type of battery is highly recyclable.
Alkaline Battery Recycling
Alkaline batteries are the most common household batteries — widely used in household electronics such as children’s toys, remotes, and flashlights. Because of the chemistry in alkaline, there is little to no monetary value, so there’s generally a charge to recycle this type of battery.
Lithium Battery Recycling
Sometimes referred to as lithium primary and lithium button cells, a button cell battery or watch battery is a small single cell battery shaped as a squat cylinder. Most button cells contain mercury or cadmium, which poses a health risk.
LiMnO2 Battery Recycling
Also called lithium manganese dioxide, this is a lightweight battery typically seen in defibrillators, cameras and other similar applications. This battery self-discharges over time.
Whether your batteries are spent, obsolete, used, expired, or discontinued, turn to us for all your battery recycling solutions. We can help manage your battery and electronic waste disposal.