Lithium Thionyl Chloride Battery Recycling


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Lithium Thionyl Chloride Battery Specifics

Lithium thionyl chloride (LI-SOCl₂) batteries are a variant of lithium batteries that are commonly found in devices that only need low amounts of power. This is due to their extremely long shelf life, which can last up to 10 years. Unlike lithium-ion batteries, these batteries are not rechargeable.

Lithium thionyl chloride batteries contain a liquid cathode, and are able to sustain extremely low temperatures. You can find higher-current versions of these non-rechargeable batteries in some vehicle and military applications.

Lithium Thionyl Chloride Battery Comparisons

The cells in lithium thionyl chloride batteries have the highest energy density of any form of lithium battery. They also produce limited emissions under abusive conditions, which is an advantage over other battery chemistries that use liquid to produce a gas by-product.

These batteries also exhibit a extremely low self-discharge, usually under 1% a year. This efficiency has made them a popular choice for devices that require only a low, sustainable charge. However, due to their high cost and safety concerns, you will not find these batteries in normal civilian applications. One of the largest safety concerns associated with them is that the battery can explode when shorted.

If your lithium thionyl chloride batteries have reached their limit and can no longer perform, contact Battery Recyclers of America today. With our help, you will be providing a positive contribution to a healthier environment, and making sure that the valuable materials in the battery do not go to waste.

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Professional Lithium Thionyl Chloride Battery Recycling

Battery Recyclers of America is a full-service battery recycling company that services all 50 states in our efforts to contribute to a healthier environment. We have been providing expert spent battery recycling and transportation solutions for over 10 years.

When you work with us, you can place full trust in our certified processes and EPA-approved facilities to handle the job correctly from start to finish. Our industry-leading solutions and focus on client satisfaction ensure that your spent batteries will be handled properly.

Do you have lithium thionyl chloride batteries that need to be recycled? If so, contact Battery Recyclers of America today to take advantage of our next day pickup services. Our team of experts will come out and offer our professional battery recycling services the very next day so that you can quickly and efficiently get rid of your battery waste.

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Lithium Thionyl Chloride Battery Recycling Laws and Regulations

It is important to be aware of the laws surrounding proper battery recycling and disposal. The “Battery Act” (The Mercury-Containing and Rechargeable Battery Management Act of 1996) is a federal law that states that batteries such as lithium thionyl chloride batteries must be recycled for reuse.

Each state also has it’s own laws regarding battery recycling. To learn more, go to BatteryCouncil.org for more information on your state’s battery recycling laws.

Battery Recyclers of America provides full-service battery recycling solutions that are certified and follow federal laws. By working with us, you’re placing your trust in a team of experts that have 10+ years of experience, and can help you follow these laws and regulations without any problems.

Universal Waste Rules

The Universal Waste Regulation, created by the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), has improved the efficiency of recycling programs for certain materials, including those found in different types of batteries. This rule encourages safe recycling and disposal of battery waste, which prevents the release of dangerous chemicals into the environment.

Battery Recyclers of America utilizes EPA-approved facilities and certified battery recycling programs to help you follow these guidelines, and maximize the value of the materials in your spent batteries.

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Next-Day Pickup For Your Lithium Thionyl Chloride Batteries

If you’re looking to recycle your spent lithium thionyl chloride batteries, contact Battery Recyclers of America today! We will help you streamline the process of recycling your battery waste, and provide documentation to help manage the risk and liabilities associated with battery recycling. Be sure to take advantage of our next day pickup services to quickly and efficiently recycle your batteries. We look forward to serving you!

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