Lead batteries are one of the world’s most successful models of a circular economy. Essential Energy Everyday wants to help other industries follow suit. We did so recently at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s 5th Annual Sustainability and Circular Economy Summit, held August 15–16 in Washington, D.C. The Summit attracted officials from the Environmental…
Lead batteries use a state-of-the-art “closed-loop” process to keep more than 1.7 million tons of lead batteries out of U.S. landfills annually. It is the world’s most successful example of a circular economy.
We’re excited to share a post from EEE’s European partner ILA, about knowledge transfer to UNEP and African lead battery businesses.
ILA’s responsible battery recycling expert Brian Wilson is in Kenya, primarily to attend the upcoming United Nations Environment Assembly, where he will make two presentations.
Lead batteries have a near-perfect recycling rate. We take recycling very seriously. See what one lead battery is doing to celebrate America Recycles Day.
Learn more about how how lead batteries, with their 99 percent recycling rate and track record as a model circular economy, are playing a significant role in this cleaner, greener energy future.