Accelerating sustainable technology through cost-effective recycling

By converting energy to metal, our technologies are closing the circuit on the lithium-ion battery lifecycle.

Made possible by material recovery

By 2030, we estimate the following amounts of battery materials ready for repurposing.

120Gwh

(1.15 million metric tons)

Electric Vehicles

3.5Gwh

(18,900 metric tons)

Grid Storage

109.5Gwh

(18.1 million metric tons)

Portable Electronics

Products

Recovered battery elements transform our primary market by creating new generation metals.

All battery materials are recovered and have opportunity
for second use.

Journey to today and beyond

JULY
A proposal is made to the founders to brainstorm ideal recycling process.
AUGUST
Customer discovery and market analysis for in-depth economics study begins.
SEPTEMBER
Co-founders meet in person during a battery conference in Novi, Michigan, that showcased available battery recycling efforts and Project Spark kicked off.
JANUARY
Redivivus is incorporated in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Family and friends funding completed.
FEBRUARY
Initial proof-of-concept testing completed and verification at third-party laboratories begins.
JUNE
Redi-Shred concept is tested in Bend, Oregon.
OCTOBER
Shredded material tested in Redi-Cycle process presents R&D opportunity for technical improvements.
DECEMBER
Provisional application at the USPTO filed for Redi-Shred and Redi-Cycle.
JANUARY
Process improvement testing begins. Equipment specification and development continues.
FEBRUARY
Funding round begins.
APRIL - DECEMBER
Scaled prototyping of Redi-Shred.
TBD
Modular Redi-Shred concept available for on-site drop-off or installation.
TBD
Redi-Shred truck builds and deployment.
TBD
Scaled Redi-Cycle development.
TBD
Material feedstock begins second life in alternative applications.

Distinguished within the battery recycling industry

Redivivus

Why is this significant?

Flexibility

Robust and flexible technology using proven industrial equipment adaptive to changing battery chemistries
One-of-a-kind mobile solution safely and effectively recovers li-ion batteries
No reactant hydrometallurgical techniques are involved, avoiding IP issues

Secondary Markets

Secondary markets for reclaimed material feedstock outside battery supply chain
Uniquely positioned in battery recycling industry to profitably repurpose Nickel/Cobalt metallic alloy

Cost

Cost-effective and non-hazardous mobile logistics for batteries in any state of health
Costs are reduced through recovering a Nickel/Cobalt alloy and de-coupling materials from the battery supply chain

Environment

Significant reduction of environmental impact related to processing and disposal of chemically hazardous solutions
Environmentally-friendly recycling approach when compared to pyrometallurgical process
Minimal harmful emissions

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