25 Jan Recycling concepts for lead–acid batteries
Lead from recycled lead-acid batteries has become the primary source of lead worldwide. Battery manufacturing accounts for greater than 85% of lead consumption in the world and the recycling rate of lead–acid batteries in the USA is about 99%. Therefore, battery manufacturing and recycled lead form a closed loop. This is important because other, more diffused uses of lead such as lead-based pigments, chemicals, fuel additives, solders, (cathode ray tube) CRT glasses, etc. have diminished over the last few decades. In this chapter, we will examine some of the processes and technologies used in advanced lead-acid battery recycling, and explain why recycled lead has become the material of choice for battery construction through the development of recovery and refining processes that exceed industry expectations.
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