25 posts

Pros & Cons of Plastic Battery Bins

Plastic Battery Bins, such as the one pictured below, are becoming increasingly popular for the transportation of used lead acid batteries (ULAB) destined for recycling and are widely used by the European lead acid battery recycling industry. Recent changes (June 2018) by the UN Sub-Committee of Experts to the P801 […]

WA Lead Acid Battery Recycling Facility

Construction Commences on WA’s First Lead Acid Battery Recycling Facility FTR Operation Pty Ltd, trading as Nexus Recycling have commenced construction of Western Australia’s first used lead acid battery recycling facility. The reprocessing plant is being built at 8-10 Winchester Rd, Bibra Lake and is expected to be commissioned in […]

Transport Regulations Non-Spillable Lead Acid Batteries

What are the transport regulations for non-spillable lead acid batteries? There are 2 major types of lead acid batteries, spillable and non-spillable, both are classified as dangerous goods, however their transport regulations are different. There are however some non-spillable batteries that are not a dangerous good but more on this […]

Where Do Your Used Lead Acid Batteries Go?

Have you ever wondered what happens to your used lead acid battery, such as your car or motor vehicle battery, once you have disposed of it (hopefully not in your rubbish bin)? Well chances are it will end up being recycled by one of Australia’s four battery recycling facilities, where […]

Expansion of Battery Recycling Service to WA Mine Sites

Since commencing our battery collection service to the Western Australian mining sector, the service has continued to steadily expand with the addition of the following mine sites: BHP – Area C BHP – Eastern Ridge BHP – Jimblebar BHP – Mt Whaleback BHP – Mt Keith BHP – Yandi Barminco […]