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September 22, 2021

Save the Date: Li-Cycle’s Inaugural Battery Recycling Day

Li-Cycle Battery Recycling Day: What does the future hold?

September 22, 2021

TORONTO, Ontario (September 22, 2021) – Li-Cycle will be bringing together battery recycling industry and raw material experts, along with government representatives, for its inaugural Battery Recycling Day. The event, which is scheduled for Wednesday, October 6, 2021, will run from 1:00–3:00 p.m. EST via Zoom and YouTube live.

This year’s theme, Battery Recycling Day: What Does the Future Hold?, will feature the company’s executive leadership team leading fireside chats with industry stakeholders who represent a range of businesses and entities operating in the battery recycling space, which will include General Motors, SES, Benchmark Mineral Intelligence, Traxys, Arrival, and Li-Metal. Furthermore, they will be joined by New York State Senator Jeremy Cooney and Town of Greece Supervisor Bill Reilich.

Viewers are invited to join the discussion where speakers will dissect supply chain trends and the EV revolution in a battery recycling context. Topics to be discussed include:

  • Recycling batteries in the transportation sector
  • Sustainable Raw Materials: Supply and demand of critical materials
  • Next-Generation Batteries: Solid-state batteries and recyclability.
  • Environmental and Community Impact.

The event is open to all and will be live-streamed on Li-Cycle’s YouTube channel. Registration details to come.

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

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