Lithium-ion batteries use a state-of-the-art rechargeable technology that is commonly used in mobile phones and consumer electronics. These batteries can also be used as power sources for electric vehicles.
Recycling method: Usually when recycling lithium-ion batteries, it means that you are recycling your electronic equipment, for example, to replace the mobile phone, or to sell the laptop. In most cases, the company that processes the electronics will also handle the battery. Therefore, you can easily find recycling places.
Recovery Results: These batteries are recovered in the same manner as nickel-cadmium batteries to produce useful metals. One of the reasons why you don't store lithium-ion batteries or throw them into the dump is that they may overheat and explode when exposed to high temperatures. If you store a large number of batteries together before recycling a lithium-ion battery, keep it in a cool place.