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Welcome Marc Chabot, new VP and CFO of Lithion Recycling

MONTREAL, QC, March 10, 2020 – Marc Chabot joins Lithion Recycling as the new VP and CFO. He thereby joins Lithion’s standing management team composed of our President and CEO, Benoit Couture, our VP Operations and Corporate Development, Denis Geoffroy and our Project Director, Emilie Nadeau. Marc is a CPA, CA who trained in the …

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As electric vehicles age, here’s how the batteries are finding a second life

MONTREAL, QC, November 19, 2019 – With EV sales projected to hit 130 million by 2030, the industry faces a potential battery waste problem In his pursuit to completely get off fossil fuels, David Elderton has switched anything with a motor — from his car to his chainsaws — over to battery power. Even the …

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Most of electric cars’ batteries will be recycled, Quebec consortium promises

MONTREAL, QC, October 25, 2019 – New technology that makes it possible to recycle 95 per cent of electric car batteries will be in Montreal next year, a Quebec consortium says. Lithion Recycling found a way to recycle the precious components of the cars’ batteries in a far more effective technique, according to company president …

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AABC San Diego 2019: Key takeaways from the conference

MONTREAL, QC, September 4, 2019– At the beginning of the summer, Lithion Recycling took part in the 19th edition of the Advanced Automotive Battery Conference (AABC) in San Diego, California from June 24 to June 27. This internationally renowned conference attracts electric vehicle battery specialists from around the world and gives these industry players a …

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Lithion Recycling receives funding from STDC

MONTREAL, QC, August 20, 2019 – Lithion Recycling is proud to announce that our project consortium has received a $3.8 million funding from Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC). « We are delighted that Lithion Recycling Inc. has received support from SDTC. The electric vehicle market is growing, but there is currently no sustainable solution for its …

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