Lithium-Ion Battery Cathode Material Recycling Technology Patent 2019-04-05 08:36:03 VIDEO: American Manganese Secures US Patent for Battery Recycling Technology The United States Patent and Trade Mark Office has issued a patent to Canadian Lithium-Ion battery recycling technology firm, American Manganese Inc. for the Company’s lithium-ion battery cathode material recycling technology. read more ... Government Backed Lithium-Ion Battery Recycling Technology Project 2019-03-29 12:51:41 American Manganese Joins U.S. DOE EV Battery Recycling Research Project American Manganese will participate in a U.S. Department of Energy project to advance the economic recovery of battery materials from electric vehicles and other consumer goods. read more ... ‘Economically Sounds’ Battery Recycling Tech Takes Step Forward 2019-02-15 14:45:32 American Manganese Li-Ion Battery Recycling Tech Completes First Stages of Pilot Tests American Manganese has completed stages 1 and 2 of the Company’s lithium-ion battery recycling pilot plant operations which included the pre-treatment of feedstock material and a leach of the cathode active material. read more ... American Manganese Process Receives First Office Action 2018-07-19 19:07:00 Patent Progress Lithium-Ion Battery Recycling Technology Developer American Manganese has reported on the progress of its application at the US Patent and Trademark Office for recycling lithium-ion battery cathode materials. read more ... Regualtions and Supply & Demand Big Opportunity for Critical Material Recycling 2018-05-29 15:12:34 Lithium-Ion Battery Recycling Patent Application from American Manganese American Manganese Inc. has had its US patent application for its Lithium-Ion battery recycling technology, Process of Cobaltous Sulphate/Dith-Ionate Liquors Derived from Cobalt Resource, published. read more ... AMI’s Battery Recycling Technology Could Reduce Dependance on Imports 2018-01-05 15:02:24 U.S. Government Report into 23 Critical Metals & Minerals A report released this week by the U.S. Government has listing 23 metals and minerals that are critical to “the national economy and national security of the United States.” read more ...
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