Used Battery Collection and Recycling, Vol 10. Industrial Chemistry Library

  • ID: 1765440
  • Book
  • 384 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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This book covers all aspects of spent battery collection and recycling. First of all, the legislative and regulatory updates are addressed and the main institutions and programs worldwide are mentioned. An overview of the existing battery systems, of the chemicals used in them and their hazardous properties is made, followed by a survey of the major industrial recycling processes. The safety and efficiency of such processes are stressed. Particular consideration is given to the released emissions, i.e. to the impact on human health and the environment. Methods for the evaluation of this impact are described. Several chapters deal with specific battery chemistries: lead-acid, nickel-cadmium and nickel-metal hydride, zinc (carbon and alkaline), lithium and lithium-ion. For each type of battery, details are provided on the collection/recycling process from the technical, economic and environmental viewpoint. The chemicals recoverable from each process and remarketable are mentioned. A chapter deals with recovering of the large batteries powering electric vehicles, e.g. lead-acid, nickel-metal hydride and lithium-ion. The final chapter is devoted to the important topic of collecting batteries from used electrical and electronic equipment. The uncontrolled disposal of these devices still containing their batteries contributes to environmental pollution.
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Chapter headings. Environmental and human health impact assessments of battery systems. Portable rechargeable batteries in europe: sales, uses, hoarding, collection and recycling. Battery collection and recycling in Japan. Ni-Cd battery collection and recycling programs in the U.S.A and Canada. Environmentally sound recycling of Ni-Cd batteries. Nickel-cadmium and nickel-metal hybride battery treatments. Primary battery recycling in Europe. Lead-acid batteries. Recycling the lithium battery. Recycling of electric vehicle batteries. Most common types of commercial batteries. Main legislation on battery waste in the U.S.A and E.U.
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Pistoia, G.
Wiaux, J.-P.
Wolsky, S.P.
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