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What’s New at Aqua Metals

Aqua Metals: Creating a Safe, Sustainable Energy Future

Aqua Metals is the only company that has produced a commercially proven sustainable, closed-loop metal recycling process that is capable of producing the world’s purest metals.

Our Innovation Center is developing the cleanest metals recycling technologies that are better for the environment, economically competitive and safe for workers.

Lithium Ion: Powering the New Energy Era

Aqua Metals is applying its commercialized clean, water-based recycling technology principles to develop the cleanest and most cost-efficient recycling solution for lithium-ion batteries.

Our process will produce higher quality products at a lower operating cost without the damaging effects of furnaces and greenhouse emissions.


Proven Technology with Lead Recycling

Aqua Metals’ patented and commercially proven AquaRefining technology is a cleaner and more cost-efficient lead recovery and recycling process.

This room-temperature, closed loop, water-based process is fundamentally nonpolluting, cost-efficient and produces the purest lead ever made from a recycling technique. The first licensed AquaRefinery is being established in Taiwan, one of the fastest growing lead-recycling regions.


Is EV Battery Recycling Ready For Prime Time?

EV PULSE – From smartphones to EVs to backup power, lithium-ion batteries run much of our modern world. But we’ve got a big problem on our hands when these energy reservoirs wear out, especially in a future where electric vehicles are the norm. Today we’re talking to experts to explore the current state of electric car battery recycling. We’ll learn how it’s done and why it’s so important, and we’ll learn all recycling isn’t necessarily good for the environment.

Aqua Metals joins $4.99M DOE grant project

RECYCLING TODAY – Aqua Metals Inc., a Reno, Nevada-based lithium-ion battery (LIB) recycler will collaborate in a $4.99 million U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) grant project as part of a consortium led by Penn State University. The initiative is aimed at establishing a fully domestic supply chain for critical minerals used in a range of modern technologies, including electric vehicles (EVs) and renewable energy systems.