Lithium battery is a world-recognized environmentally-friendly high-energy battery product with a wide range of applications. Although lithium-ion batteries do not contain heavy metals such as lead and cadmium contained in lead-acid batteries, they still contain rare metals such as cobalt, nickel, and lithium, and organic solvents. If discarded at will, it will still cause waste of resources and soil water pollution.
The application of lithium-ion batteries in electric vehicles and energy storage has not yet arisen. However, with the development of lithium battery technology in recent years, the country has successively introduced favorable policies and technological developments of new energy vehicles. The electric vehicle market is exploding soon, and lithium-ion batteries are on the rise. Demand will increase, and at the same time, more and more used batteries will be produced.
The country has not yet established a formal and effective lithium battery recycling standards and regulations. If you want to do something good, you must first sharpen your tools. It is extremely urgent to establish a complete and effective lithium-ion battery recycling system as soon as possible. The land pursues the speed of economic development, while environmental pollution and waste of resources are ignored. One of the original intentions of developing new energy vehicles is to alleviate the contradiction between energy shortage and environmental pollution. It is impossible to have convenient and energy-saving travel tools and ignore the recycling and utilization of hidden pollution sources.