Our top stories from April 2021 – E-Scrap News

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Last month readers learned that solar panels and batteries from ERI will head to Nevada-based Redwood Materials. | maradon 333 / Shutterstock

Battery recycling articles claimed three of our top five stories last month, with readers also clicking on news about a publicly traded processor’s financials and a new device-tracking service.

The list below shows our top stories published in April in terms of unique page views.

1 | Processor partners with emerging battery recycler
ERI entered a partnership to supply Redwood Materials with batteries and solar panels for downstream processing.

2 | Resale market powers revenue boost for Texas company
A family of Dallas-area electronics processors enjoyed surging revenues and profits from the device resale business last year while the commodities recycling business grew at a slower rate.

3 | Growing battery processor plans next US facility
Lithium-ion battery recycling company Li-Cycle will build its third North American plant in the Phoenix area. The operation will be able to process up to 22 million pounds of batteries per year.

4 | Millions of dollars to help scale up battery recycling firms
Two Northeast U.S. battery recycling startups recently received substantial investments to help them scale up.

5 | Tracking service looks upstream of ITAD providers
A newly launched service will track used electronics leaving enterprises’ loading docks, helping companies recover equipment that’s lost or stolen before arrival at an ITAD facility.

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