Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery Recycling

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What Are Lithium Iron Phosphate Batteries?

Lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO₄) batteries are a variation of a lithium-ion battery. These rechargeable batteries are also known as a LFP or LiPO battery, and they are a popular choice for electric vehicles and for backup power. The cathode is comprised of LiFePO₄, while the anode is comprised of a carbon electrode with a metallic current collector grid.

While they do have a lower energy density than some other rechargeable batteries, LFP batteries offer an excellent lifetime supply, good power density, and are a safe choice for battery use. When they need to be recycled, specialized recycling techniques must be used to ensure a mix up of battery chemistries doesn’t occur.

Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery Advantages

Once a battery is put to use, the chemicals inside the battery have to break apart in order for the reaction to begin. As soon as the electrons are released, they flow from the anode to the cathode. In regular batteries, this process can only happen once.

However, chargers that are used for LFP batteries solve this issue by reversing the ion flow. As they flow back from the cathode to the anode, the battery’s power is restored, and can be used once again.

Lithium iron phosphate batteries also provide excellent chemical stability, which considerably improves the safety of using the battery. Even in situations where they are overheated or short-circuited, the oxygen atoms are extremely hard to remove. They are much harder to ignite than other lithium-ion batteries, and are resilient in high temperatures.

But eventually, despite their long lifespan, the power of this battery will begin to decline. When your LFP batteries can’t do their job anymore, contact Battery Recyclers of America to ensure safe handling and recycling of the materials in the battery. By doing so, you will be contributing to a healthier environment, and further productive use of the materials the battery contained.

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Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery Recycling Experts

Battery Recyclers of America uses EPA-approved facilities and certified recycling processes, and services all 50 states. We provide industry-leading solutions in our efforts to help others provide a positive contribution to battery recycling.

Part of our premium battery recycling services includes next day pickup for your batteries. If you have lithium iron phosphate batteries that need to recycled, our team of experts can quickly and efficiently help you get rid of the battery waste you currently have.

When choosing a battery recycling company, you need to work with a proven business with years of experience. Our 10+ years of experience, combined with certified processes, can provide you with the LFP battery recycling services you can trust. Contact Battery Recyclers of America today to schedule your pickup.

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Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery Recycling Laws and Regulations

Recycling your lithium iron phosphate batteries is the law. The “Battery Act” (The Mercury-Containing and Rechargeable Battery Management Act of 1996) was created to ensure that the materials contained in these batteries was either properly recycled, or safely disposed.

Working with the Battery Recyclers of America ensures that you’re abiding by the law when it comes to battery disposal. Let our team come out the next day and provide the expert solutions you need to provide a position contribution to our environment. And when you work with us, you know that you’re covered.

Before you decide to recycle your battery waste, it is important to get an idea of the battery recycling laws in your state. Since each state has its own laws, please go to, which will provide you with the information you need on the battery recycling laws in your state.

Universal Waste Rules

The EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) created the Universal Waste Regulation to implement safe recycling and disposal processes of batteries. Here at Battery Recyclers of America, we utilize EPA-approved facilities to ensure our clients know they are using the best battery recycling solutions to date. You can be sure that you’re following these regulations when you let us use these facilities and our certified battery waste processes.

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Need Your Lithium Iron Phosphate Batteries Recycled?

If you have LFP batteries that need to be recycled, contact Battery Recyclers of America today! We can provide you with all the information you need to know to make sure that you’re practicing safe battery recycling and disposal. Our experts are ready to provide you with the battery recycling solutions you need.

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