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SMCC Recycling

SungEel MCC Americas

About SMCC Recycling


SungEel MCC Americas (SMCC) is the United States’ first and only chemical-based recycler of lithium-ion (li-ion) batteries. SMCC uses a proven and patented recycling process and its joint venture partner Sungeel Hitech is currently the largest recycler of li-ion batteries in Asia. We employ the world’s most eco-friendly and efficient methods to recycle cobalt, nickel, manganese, and lithium from spent li-ion batteries.

Why SMCC?

SMCC strives to invest in new recycling technologies to build a sustainable future. We believe that by making recycling accessible to all citizens, we can slow the depletion of valuable natural resources worldwide and secure North America’s energy future. We employ the most environmentally friendly process for lithium-ion battery recycling, worldwide.

Services

  • Proven eco-friendly and efficient process for lithium-ion battery recycling, conveniently located in the Northeastern United States.
  • Complete battery life cycle solutions. SMCC will collect, safely store and discharge, process, and recycle spent batteries.
  • Partnerships with manufacturers and retailers who are legally required to collect spent lithium-ion batteries.
  • Collection partnerships with communities, schools, colleges, and waste management agencies.

SMCC is the United States’ only domestic source of cobalt
and lithium production.

SMCC has developed the only environmentally friendly lithium ion
battery recycling process in North America.

SMCC secures rare materials and provides millions of dollars in
value to local governments and citizens.

News

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Joint Venture to be North America’s Largest and Most Environmentally Friendly Recycler of Lithium-Ion Batteries (LIB) NEW YORK & SEOUL, South Korea, April 2, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Metallica Commodities Corp. LLC (MCC) and SungEel HiTech Co. Ltd. (SungEel) today announced the establishment of a joint venture which will redefine the North American lithium-ion battery, e-waste...
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