November 18, 2021
TORONTO, Ontario (November 18, 2021) – Li-Cycle Holdings Corp. (NYSE: LICY) (“Li-Cycle” or “the Company”), an industry leader in lithium-ion battery resource recovery and recycling in North America, today announced that it has been named the winner of Fast Company’s inaugural Next Big Things in Tech list.
Fast Company’s Next Big Things in Tech highlights new technology breakthroughs that are expected to help define the future of the industries they serve. Li-Cycle Spoke & Hub Technologies™ were selected as the winner from a long list of applicants, including global giants, intrepid growth companies, and research that’s fresh from the labs.
“We are thrilled to have Li-Cycle and our lithium-ion recycling technologies receive recognition from Fast Company,” said Li-Cycle’s President, CEO, and co-founder, Ajay Kochhar. “We look forward to continuing to disrupt the lithium-ion battery recycling industry as we continue to scale our commercial, proven, and safe lithium-ion recycling technologies.”
“Fast Company is thrilled to highlight cutting-edge technologies that are solving real-world problems in unexpected ways. From climate change and public health crises to machine learning and security, these technologies will certainly have a profound impact on the future, and we’re honored to bring attention to them today,” says Stephanie Mehta, editor-in-chief of Fast Company.
Click here to see the final list.
The Winter 2021/2022 issue of Fast Company is available online now and will hit newsstands on December 7th.
About Li-Cycle Holdings Corp.
Li-Cycle (NYSE: LICY) is on a mission to leverage its innovative Spoke & Hub Technologies™ to provide a customer-centric, end-of-life solution for lithium-ion batteries, while creating a secondary supply of critical battery materials. Lithium-ion rechargeable batteries are increasingly powering our world in automotive, energy storage, consumer electronics, and other industrial and household applications. The world needs improved technology and supply chain innovations to better manage battery manufacturing waste and end-of-life batteries and to meet the rapidly growing demand for critical and scarce battery-grade raw materials through a closed-loop solution. For more information, visit https://li-cycle.com/.
About Fast Company
Fast Company is the only media brand fully dedicated to the vital intersection of business, innovation, and design, engaging the most influential leaders, companies, and thinkers on the future of business. The editor-in-chief is Stephanie Mehta. Headquartered in New York City, Fast Company is published by Mansueto Ventures LLC, along with our sister publication, Inc., and can be found online at fastcompany.com.
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