Battery Recycling Sectors:
Driving Positive Environmental Change Across Various Sectors
We have forged strategic partnerships within a wide range of sectors in order to reshape how businesses handle and dispose of their Lithium-ion. Join us on this transformative journey as we collectively take action to protect our planet and create lasting environmental impact.
In the pursuit of a greener future, Recover collaborates closely with numerous solar farms in the UK. We focus on the safe storage, transportation, and recycling of lithium-ion batteries used in renewable energy systems.
By ensuring the proper management of these batteries, we support the renewable energy sector in harnessing clean power while minimizing waste and environmental impact.
Our specialized services cater to the unique needs of solar farms, facilitating their sustainable practices and promoting the circular economy of lithium-ion batteries.
Vapes – E-Cigarettes
As the popularity of electronic cigarettes continues to grow, so does the need for responsible lithium-ion battery management. Recover collaborates with vape retailers, manufacturers, and distributors to minimize the lithium-ion waste generated by disposable vapes.
By implementing recycling programs and providing proper disposal options, we strive to reduce the environmental impact associated with these batteries.
Through our partnerships with the electronic cigarette industry, we work towards promoting sustainable practices and minimizing the ecological footprint of this sector
EV & Personal Transport
As electric vehicles (EVs), electric mopeds, e-bikes, and e-scooters become increasingly popular, the need for proper lithium-ion battery disposal and recycling is paramount. At Recover, we specialize in collecting and recycling lithium-ion batteries from these modes of transport.
By safely and responsibly managing the batteries used in EVs and personal transportation devices, we contribute to reducing the environmental impact of these vehicles while promoting the recovery of valuable resources.
Our expertise in handling and recycling lithium-ion batteries ensures that the transition to cleaner transportation is supported by sustainable waste management practices.
Recover is committed to efficient waste management, and we are actively working with UK councils to ensure the effective recovery and recycling of batteries from local centers.
By partnering with councils, we streamline the process of collecting and recycling batteries, preventing potential environmental harm and ensuring that valuable materials are recovered.
Our expertise in waste management allows us to implement sustainable solutions that align with regulatory guidelines, providing peace of mind to councils and communities across the country.
Media & Consumer Electronics
Recover plays a crucial role in the collection, transportation, and recycling of unwanted lithium-ion batteries from various media and electronic devices.
From mobile phones and tablets to laptops and cameras, we ensure that these batteries are recycled responsibly, preventing their hazardous components from entering landfills.
By collaborating with retailers, manufacturers, and distributors in the media and electronics industry, we actively promote environmental stewardship and resource conservation, contributing to a more sustainable future.
Professional Equipment & Tools
Lithium-ion batteries are commonly used in power tools and professional equipment. Recover works closely with stores and hire companies to ensure the proper recycling of unwanted, used, or damaged batteries from these sources.
By implementing effective collection and recycling systems, we ensure that lithium-ion batteries from professional equipment are responsibly managed, minimizing environmental impact and supporting the industry’s commitment to sustainable practices.
Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG)
At Recover, we understand the importance of responsible battery disposal in the FMCG sector. That’s why we work closely with manufacturers, distributors, and retailers to make it easier for consumers to dispose of their used batteries responsibly while they shop.
By placing battery bins in supermarkets and stores, we provide a convenient solution for customers to drop off their batteries, ensuring they are recycled properly instead of ending up in landfills.
Our collaborative efforts with the FMCG industry promote environmental consciousness and encourage battery recycling as an integral part of everyday consumer routines.
Recover understands the significance of responsible disposal and recycling of lithium-ion batteries utilized in healthcare equipment. As part of our collaboration with the healthcare sector, we have taken charge of recycling vapes introduced through the NHS’s free vape scheme, designed to aid patients in their journey to quit smoking.
By closely partnering with healthcare providers, we ensure the efficient and environmentally conscious recycling of these vapes.
Our efforts contribute to the secure and sustainable management of batteries, minimizing any potential environmental impact while aligning with the sector’s commitment to providing high-quality care and reducing its ecological footprint.
Driving Sustainability Across the Supply Chain
Working with Manufacturers – Let’s begin at the source.
At Recover, our passion for lithium-ion battery recycling starts with the manufacturers themselves. We wholeheartedly believe that responsible battery disposal should begin at the very moment these batteries are placed in products for consumers.
By providing specially designed bins to be placed on-site at their facilities, the process of collecting and storing used, damaged, or unwanted batteries can be seamlessly integrated into their operations.
Working with Distributors – To Promote Better Practices
We understand that responsible battery disposal is a collective effort that involves every stakeholder in the supply chain. That’s why we proudly offer our services to wholesalers and distributors, providing them with the same convenient and effective solutions.
Our comprehensive approach, wholesalers can actively contribute to environmental conservation and sustainable practices by embracing responsible battery disposal.
Working with Retailers – To Empower Consumers
By collaborating with retailers, we offer a seamless and hassle-free solution for consumers to conveniently drop off their used batteries while they shop.
Through our partnership with retailers, we place specially designed battery bins within their stores, allowing customers to easily and responsibly dispose of their batteries and contribute to the reduction of electronic waste.
It's really easy to start recycling your lithium-ion batteries.
Simply contact us and we will run you through our simple recycling collection process. We can also do an on-site inspection with our ADR safety officer.
Once you're signed on we'll deliver a brand new Eco-Recover bin to match the amount of e-waste you produce.
Our team will automatically collect your e-waste bin from your premises. Offering a "No hassle, no fuss" service.
Store. Collect. Recycle: Responsibly.
At Recover, we prioritize safety above all else. We understand the potential risks associated with handling lithium-ion batteries, which is why we never compromise on safety.
All our collection processes, transportation, and recycling procedures strictly adhere to the guidelines set forth by the Agreement Concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road (ADR). Our commitment to following ADR guidelines ensures that every step of the process is carried out with utmost care and compliance.
You can have peace of mind knowing that when you choose Recover, your batteries are in safe hands, and responsible recycling is our top priority.
Recover: Pioneering Sustainable Solutions for Lithium-ion Battery Management and Recycling
At Recover, we are dedicated to promoting sustainability, resource conservation, and responsible waste management practices specifically within the realm of lithium-ion batteries. Our commitment to sustainability revolves around the following core areas:
Recover excels in the collection of lithium-ion batteries from various sources. We work closely with manufacturers, distributors, retailers, and consumers to ensure the proper disposal and recycling of these batteries, preventing environmental harm and promoting the recovery of valuable materials.
We actively engage in partnerships and collaborations with various stakeholders in the lithium-ion battery industry. This includes masnufacturers, distributors, researchers, policymakers, and environmental organizations, as we believe that collective efforts are crucial for driving positive change and advancing sustainable practices.
Circular Economy Advancement:
Our focus extends beyond recycling to promote a circular economy for lithium-ion batteries. We strive to develop innovative solutions for battery reuse, refurbishment, and repurposing, ensuring that valuable resources are maximized and the lifespan of batteries is extended.
Compliance and Safety:
At Recover, we prioritize compliance with regulatory guidelines and safety standards. We ensure that our collection, transportation, and recycling processes align with industry best practices, providing peace of mind to our partners and stakeholders
We work with leading Lithium-ion specialists to safely and efficiently recycle lithium-ion batteries. Our processes prioritize the recovery of critical materials such as lithium, cobalt, nickel, and other valuable metals, reducing the need for raw material extraction and minimizing the environmental impact associated with battery production.
Environmental Impact Mitigation
Recover actively contributes to mitigating the environmental impact of lithium-ion batteries. By diverting batteries from landfills and incineration, we prevent potential soil and water contamination while significantly reducing greenhouse gas emissions and ecological damage.
At Recover, we are passionate about transforming the way lithium-ion batteries are managed and recycled.
Join us in our mission to create a more sustainable future by minimizing waste, conserving resources, and promoting responsible lithium-ion battery disposal and recycling.