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American Manganese launching pilot plant to advance cathode recycling tech

Stockhouse Editorial
0 Comments| December 20, 2017


American Manganese Inc. (TSX: V.AMYOTCPINK: AMYZFForum) said Wednesday it has initiated a new IP development and mini-pilot plant to advance cathode recycling technology.

The total budget for the program in 2018 has been estimated at $2,277,000.00, the company said in a press release.

More information can be found here.

The company also said it has produced rechargeable lithium ion cobalt and lithium manganese button cell batteries from its recycled cathode material.

Meanwhile, management has been studying ways to capitalize on the company’s technologies, working towards positive cash flow.


American Manganese was in the news recently when the company said Kemetco Research Inc. has successfully produced cathode material and working coin cell rechargeable NMC batteries using recycled lithium, nickel, manganese and cobalt from AMI’s patent pending lithium ion battery cathode material recycling process.

“Based on these preliminary results, it can be speculated that the American Manganese upcycling technology represents the world’s first NMC Battery produced from AMI’s closed loop recycling process,’’ said Norm Chow, President of Kemetco.

Full Disclosure: American Manganese Inc. is a paid client of Stockhouse Publishing.


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