Financial Considerations - RMC 3500 Process
Based on a few million kilograms of material per year, RMC's alkaline battery recycling fees are no more expensive than alternative treatment methods provided that all costs, including the following, are accurately reported and factored in:
- Freight from Collections Facilities
- Freight to Sorting Facilities
- Freight to Pre-Treatment Facilities
- Freight to Furnaces
- Disposal of wastes produced by alternative treatment methods
Economies of Scale
With sufficient volumes, the RMC battery recycling process becomes increasingly less expensive than the current practices in the world. Savings continue as volumes and territories are expanded.
Over 84% of recovered materials are upcycled and sold as premium products.
Double the Efficiency
RMC 3500: 84% Recycling Efficiency
Pyrometallurgical: Maximum 44% Recycling Efficiency
*(Best case scenario for pyrometallurgical recovery of manganese, steel and zinc)
*As verified by CSA Group Guideline CSA SPE-890-15
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Lead-acid batteries are the oldest rechargeable batteries still in use today. In Canada, over 98% of all Lead-acid batteries are recovered for recycling.
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