What Happens During Recycling?

During the recycling process gaseous pollutants and waste water are produced (gases and liquid waste), which are hazardous and toxic. These require special handling by specialised companies so that they cause no harm or pollution to the environment

Today’s cutting-edge technologies make it possible to minimize pollutants and waste. Waste produced during the recycling process is also minimized thanks to robust separation and purification technologies. The quantity of hazardous waste requiring management is therefore reduced.

With the current cutting-edge technology, for a lead-acid battery we can achieve a recycling rate of 95%. This means that 95% of the old battery can be reused to make new products.

This closed-loop recycling minimizes the liberation of gases, liquid waste or interaction with the environment, in agricultural and urban areas.

The cutting-edge technology guarantees top environmental performance while minimizing the volume of waste produced (heavy plastics and slag) to less than 5% of the recycled material.

Proper recycling means that not only do we not pollute the environment, but a toxic material turns into something useful in everyday life.