Umicore and ACC enter strategic partnership for EV battery materials in Europe
Umicore and Automotive Cells Company (a joint company between Stellantis, Mercedes-Benz and TotalEnergies) together with its subsidiary Saft) have signed a long-term strategic supply agreement for EV cathode materials in Europe.
New generation of sustainable batteries in Europe
Umicore is part of a consortium of German world-class leaders and market drivers, from industry and science, that is launching today the project ‘Battery Pass’. To celebrate the hand-over of the grant agreement to the consortium, the parliamentary…
Tracing cobalt from mine to EV with Re|Source
For many years, Umicore has taken the necessary steps to make sure that the materials in Electric Vehicle batteries are responsibly sourced. The quickening pace of the shift to Electric Vehicles (EVs) has seen the demand for cobalt soar. Yet…
Umicore introduces new generation Li-ion battery recycling technologies and announces award with ACC
Umicore announces today the signing of an agreement with Automotive Cells Company (ACC) on battery recycling services for the needs of ACC pilot plant in Nersac, France.
The eSkootr championship™ and Umicore to recycle S1-X electric scooter batteries
As part of the eSkootr Championship’s (eSC) commitment to offer a future net-zero carbon racing series, every battery used to power the S1-X scooters will be recycled by world-leading materials technology and recycling group, Umicore. Additionally…
CEWASTE: Contributing to the future of critical raw materials recycling
CEWASTE, a 2.5-year project funded by the EU’s research and innovation program, successfully developed a voluntary certification scheme for the collection, transportation and treatment of key types of waste containing significant amounts of…
When your phone stops ringing
Old cell phones are a valuable source of raw materials. By recycling and reusing the metals from these devices, we can reduce our ecological footprint and contribute to a sustainable planet.
How we recycle metals at Umicore
“Take-make-dispose” is out of fashion. People are increasingly concerned about the environment and want to save materials, reduce pollution and eliminate waste. This means consuming differently by keeping products and materials in use for as long…