Cirba Solutions

NiCad & NiMH Processing

Better methods, AND better outcomes in NiCad and NiMH processing

Setting the standard, and raising the bar, in NiCad and NiMH processing

Adding more life to what powers us

As cell phones, laptops and our other favorite gadgets become more advanced, so must the technologies that power them. That’s why Cirba Solutions leads the way in recycling nickel. How?

Recycling of NiCad and NiMH Requires

The recycling of NiCad and NiMH requires both the recovery of the valuable nickel components and the capture of all other hazardous elements of the batteries. We proudly offer various proprietary methods for performing these two essential functions, all of which are performed on-site and strictly follow EPA and local guidelines.

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NiCad & NiMH processing

Small steps. Big results.

Our primary method of recycling involves a pyrometallurgical process for component separation. Through this process NiCad and NiMH batteries are heated to a temperature that enables the recovery of cadmium and the removal of battery separator materials.

The end is just the beginning

All components are captured using engineered environmental controls. The resulting materials consist of cadmium ingots and a nickel-enriched iron material that can be reused as a raw material in many applications, including stainless steel production.

NiCad and NiMH Batteries

Our process has been classified by the EPA as the Best Demonstrated Available Technology (BDAT) for cadmium recovery. In addition, we have a manual line for accomplishing the physical disassembly of large format, industrial-type NiCad and NiMH batteries. The physical disassembly involves the separation and consolidation of battery anode and cathode plates into various products streams, which will be sent onto additional metal refining.

Leading the way in nickel processing. What else would you expect from your battery solutions partner?

Leaders in safety and innovation

Cirba Solutions, transforming the way we use our finite resources.

Recycling todays batteries to make tomorrows.

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