Attero Recycling is India’s largest electronic waste recycling company, and it has been at the forefront of innovation and technology to give a fillip to lithium ion (Li-ion) battery recycling in the country in the most environmentally sustainable way. Its CEO and Co-Founder, Nitin Gupta, shared his views on various aspects of Li-ion battery recycling and what the immediate needs of this industry are.
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In the driver’s seat of the clean energy revolution, Attero has been developing processes for recycling all kinds of Li-ion batteries and has 38 granted global patents on recycling technologies developed by it in India. Its clients include Samsung Electronics, Oppo, Acer and Hyundai Motor. The company aims to recycle 300,000 tonnes of lithium-ion batteries within the next five years.
Attero is the clear market leader in electronic waste recycling in India, with a commanding share of the revenue, profit and customer base. The company also operates in more than 1400 PIN codes, making it the only player with a national reach in the space. What’s more, Attero is the only recycler that extracts all metals from electronic waste, rather than simply selling the products for downstream recycling. This commitment to sustainability and efficiency sets Attero apart from the competition.