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The Trail, BC recycling facility is where all Consumer and large-format Lithium batteries will be processed. Trail is the only facility in the world that maintains processes under one roof for treating non-rechargeable Lithium and rechargeable Li-Ion batteries. In addition, this facility has the capability to treat scrap components generated from Lithium battery manufacturing.
The Trail facility maintains a hazardous waste treatment permit, issued by the Canadian Ministry of the Environment, authorizing the facility to manage all battery types and process lithium-based batteries for metal recovery.
The Baltimore, OH location is a Large Quantity Universal Waste Handling Facility that specializes in the sorting, identification, packaging and shipment of all battery types prior to recycling.
Baltimore offers easy delivery options for loads of mixed batteries. The on-site staff will sort and segregate shipments consisting of Alkaline, NiCad, NiMH, Lead Acid, Lithium as well as other less common battery types, and ensure proper disposition of all batteries to the ultimate recycling facility.
The Lancaster, OH recycling facility is where all Consumer and Industrial NiCad, NiMH and Lead Acid batteries will be processed. In addition, this facility regularly manages and demanufactures Hybrid and Electric Vehicle batteries.
The Lancaster facility maintains a Part B TSDF permit, issued by the Federal and Ohio EPAs, authoriziing the facility to manage all battery types and to process for metal reclamation NiCad, NiMH, Lead Acid, and Li-Ion batteries.
Lancaster is the future home to the advanced large-format battery recycling lines, which are being built-out using $9.5 million in matching funds awarded by the Department of Energy to promote sustainable Hybrid and EV batteries.
The Anaheim, CA Headquarters is where all the major management and operational decisions are made. Located within the corporate facilities of Kinsbursky Brothers Inc. (a major Retriev Technologies shareholder), the Anaheim location is used as a West Coast consolidation point for all batteries destined for a Retriev recycling facility.
The Anaheim location maintains an EPA and California DTSC issued Part B TSDF permit (in the name of Kinsbursky Brothers), authorizing the facility to manage all type of batteries. In addition, the permit authorizes this location to process various types of Lead Acid batteries for metal reclamation.