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UNITED STATES
August 26th 2015 Aqua Metals Inc. has announced that it has broken grounds on the world's first AquaRefining battery recycling facility in McCarran, Nevada.
UNITED STATES
August 10th 2015 The battery recycling rates by Call2Recycle has reported significant gains in the US and Canada during 2015 to-date.
CHINA
July 16th 2015 Camel Group plans to raise funds for construction of battery treatment plants.
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UNITED STATES
July 13th 2015 The Partnership on Computing Equipment (PACE) will conduct a review of the current Basel Convention rules with respect to minimum run-time for used batteries. The entire process is expected to be completed in two years time.
CHINA
July 10th 2015 Tianneng Group is to construct a new lithium battery project.
CHINA
July 6th 2015 SMM has published the price data for three types of scrap batteries.
UNITED STATES
July 2nd 2015 The 'green guilt' rates among US residents have recorded significant improvement when compared with 2012 levels.
CHINA
June 8th 2015 Tight spot supply allowed China's scrap battery prices
CHINA
June 4th 2015 China's scrap battery trades will decline in this busy time for farm work, SMM predicts
UNITED STATES
May 8th 2015 The Texas House of Representatives Committee on Environmental regulation in its hearing held on May 5th has decided to hold HB 3153
UNITED STATES
April 23rd 2015 The AAA Northern California will collect automotive batteries all year long, as part of Earth Day celebrations
CHINA
April 2nd 2015 Tianneng Group – a leading lead-acid battery producer in China reported a loss of 305 million yuan
UNITED STATES
March 31st 2015 The recently released study report by TechSci Research suggests healthy and robust growth to global automotive market in the years to come
UNITED STATES
March 27th 2015 The State of Vermont has decided to launch mandatory program to recycle single-use batteries including AA, C, D and other household alkaline batteries