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American Battery Technology Establishes McCarran, Nevada, Battery Recycling Plant

American Battery Technology Company, an American critical battery materials company that is commercializing both its primary minerals manufacturing and secondary minerals lithium-ion battery recycling technologies, will establish operations at the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center in McCarran, Nevada.

This approximately 137,000-square-foot, move-in-ready, commercial-scale battery recycling facility, located at 2500 Peru Drive, is currently vacant and was previously used for the recycling of lead-acid batteries. The company plans to expand operations of its first-of-kind lithium-ion battery recycling technologies.

"We are excited to be able to capitalize on this opportunity to accelerate the first commercial-scale implementation of our integrated lithium-ion battery recycling technologies," stated ABTC CEO Ryan Melsert. "The purchase of this existing facility was significantly lower cost than constructing a new facility of similar design, and the fact that it is move-in ready with the necessary infrastructure equipment already installed will allow us to accelerate our start of commercial-scale operations."

American Battery Technology Company provides a key source of domestically manufactured critical battery metals to help meet the near insatiable demand from the electric vehicle, electrical grid storage, and consumer electronics industries. Through its three divisions, lithium-ion battery recycling, primary metal extraction technologies and primary resource development, the company is positioned to supply low-cost, low-environmental impact, and domestically sourced battery metals.

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