Battery Material Recycling Market to 2025 – Global Analysis and Forecasts by Material, Types, Manufacturers, Size, Share, Recycling Process & Industry Outlook

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Battery recycling is the reuse and reprocessing of spent batteries to reduce the number of batteries disposed as solid municipal waste and/or material waste. Batteries contain multiple toxic chemicals and heavy metals and are eliminated because of environmental and health concerns related to soil and water pollution. The development of Battery Recycling Market is driven by stringent government regulations on environmental risk controls during battery production and disposal. In many countries, industry experts and key government decision makers emphasize the need for systematic approaches to battery recycling to achieve higher levels of recycling.

Regulations by country and local authorities are the same as laws and rules governing the disposal and recycling of waste batteries are quite similar across the globe. Globally, increasing guidelines and regulations by the government to reduce pollution levels and to control greenhouse gas emissions will boost the recycling of batteries. Batteries may pose environmental and human health threats. Battery raw materials, like mercury, plum, nickel and cadmium, are highly endangering for the lives and environment of humans. Inadequate disposal of the used batteries in settlements can release these heavy metals into the soil, contaminate the soil and not just underwater and surface water sources. These potential environmental hazards resulting from improper disposal have been identified by the battery industry and measures are taken for the recycling of used batteries.

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Strengthened by rising environmental concerns, the automotive and electronic transformation sectors, the global battery recycling market share will grow significantly in the years ahead. Battery-produced raw materials can threaten the environment since irrelevant battery disposal can cause both soil contamination and severe surface and groundwater damage. Therefore, the global organization, as a step forward towards green environment, emphasizes more on reusable batteries. Furthermore, many cities offer recycling services for batteries. Some jurisdictions, for example, provinces of Canada and the US, provide a refundable battery deposit to encourage the recycling, instead of household waste, of an old battery. Another factor that boosts battery recycling market is the escalation of motor vehicle production in developed economies.

The global battery material recycling market is segmented on the basis of material, end-user and geography. Based on material, the global market is bifurcated into manganese, iron, lithium, nickel, lead, cobalt, plastic, electrolytes and others. On the basis of end-user, the global market is categorized into consumer goods, automotive, building & construction, electronics, aerospace & defense, textile, packaging and others.

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Geographically, the market is divided into
North America,
Latin America and
Middle East & Africa.

Recycling of battery materials is a market that plays a number of important part in the global environment due to growing demand for the car industry.

Some of the Major Players in the Market are
Battery solutions LLC,
Johnson controls international plc,
Eco-Bat Technologies Ltd.,
G&P Batteries,
Exide Industries and
Umicore N.V among others.

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Major Point of TOC:
Chapter 1. Executive Summary
Chapter 2. Market Introduction
Chapter 3. Global Battery Material Recycling Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025 – Key Industry Dynamics
Chapter 4. Global Battery Material Recycling Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025
Chapter 5. Global Battery Material Recycling Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025 – By Material
Chapter 6. Global Battery Material Recycling Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025 – By End-User
Chapter 7. Global Battery Material Recycling Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025 – By Region
Chapter 8. North America Battery Material Recycling Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025
Chapter 9. Europe Battery Material Recycling Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025
Chapter 10. Asia-Pacific Battery Material Recycling Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025
Chapter 11. Latin America Battery Material Recycling Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025
Chapter 12. Middle East & Africa Battery Material Recycling Market – Analysis and Revenue Forecast 2018-2025
Chapter 13. Competitive Analysis

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