Updates

The role of batteries in the energy transition, Rome 24/06/2019

Prof. Francesca Pagnanelli during the presentation

An important conference on the role of batteries in the energy transition was held in Rome at the ENEL auditorium in Viale Regina Margherita on June, 25th.
Important technical experts in the field participated in the event.
Prof. Pagnanelli presented the objectives and results achieved to date in the Life LiBat project.

Policy Implications

Policy Implications

The LIBAT project aims at the pilot-scale demonstration of an innovative process for the recycling of primary lithium batteries (Li (0) / MnO2 batteries). The proposed process integrates a mechanical pre-treatment with a hydrometallurgical treatment in order to recover plastic materials, ferrous metals and non-ferrous metals. The project will allow to increase and reach a recycling percentage greater than 50%.

Life-LiBat at Going Green - CARE INNOVATION 2018

The Going Green - CARE INNOVATION 2018 conference and exhibition on Electronics and the Environment took place in Schoenbrunn Palace Conference Centre Vienna (Austria). This Symposium is the only platform for presenting the up-to-date progress on sustainable development and the development of eco-efficient electr(on)ic & automotive products.

Technical Deliverables

DELIVERABLE A1: TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS FOR AUTORIZATION REQUEST

DELIVERABLE B1: BASIC PROCESS DESIGN

DELIVERABLE B1.1: DETAILED PROCESS DESIGN

LiBat Leaflet

The LiBat leaflet contains infos on partners, contacts, project's objective and environmental issues and the project architecture.

Kick-off meeting

LiBat Presentation

The preliminary meeting of the LIFE LiBat Project took place in Brussel on 17-18 October 2017. The presentation of the project concerned: the beneficiaries, information on the project budget, objectives, scope and expected impacts.

 

Partners Meeting

On 19-20 October 2017, the first meeting of the LiBat project partners took place in Colico, at the SEVAL site. The main points of the meeting were:

  • Project objectives
  • Environmental problem
  • Great technological challenges
  • The proposed process
  • Quantified results of the project
  • Long-term goals: industrial application and replicability
  • Implementation of project actions

Dissemination Plan

For the entire duration of the LiBat project, many dissemination activities are foreseen to make the project known and progressively declare the main results achieved. Dissemination activities will be addressed to scientific public, companies involved in the recycling sector, stakeholders.

LiBat Notice Board

The information board reporting a compact description of project objectives has been elaborated by Eco Recycling. All partners will place the notice boards with LIFE and project logos at the entrance of their offices and of the demonstration site.