The Australian Battery Recycling Initiative (ABRI) has been formed by a group of battery manufacturers, recyclers, retailers, government bodies and environment groups to promote the collection, recycling and safe disposal of all batteries.
ABRI’s role includes research, advocacy, education and stakeholder engagement to promote safe and environmentally responsible recycling of all batteries at end of life….More >
ABRI is speaking at this event and would like to organise an informal get together of members during the conference. If you are attending and are either a member (or potential member), email Libby and she will keep you posted on timing and location of our get-together.
At our recent AGM, we invited Paul Skuratowski, Detective Chief Inspector: State Crime Command, Property Crime Squad & Con Galea, Chief Inspector in Charge, Motor Unit to answer our questions about the Act.
The short story is that the definition of scrap metal includes anything of commercial value that is made from or contains metal, and is sold or obtained as scrap for recycling or reprocessing of the metal. (more…)
Sarah King, Senior Research Consultant, CSIRO Manufacturing is our contact. Her research focuses on LIB recycling in Australia – issues and opportunities. This includes conducting some short interviews with relevant stakeholders in preparation for a white paper.
ABRI is very pleased to have CSIRO on our team and is looking forward to supporting this research.
ABRI CEO will be speaking to the subject of the future of batteries with Evan Franklin, Research Fellow, ANY College More…
Science daily discusses the future of batteries. To read more about it, click here https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/04/170424110838.htm
ABRI has updated our corporate brochure to illustrate the value we provide to members and other parties interested in battery More…
To find out more, click here.
ABRI CEO talks with CWS about moving the battery stewardship agenda forward. To read the full article click here.
In at recent media release, ABRI calls on the South Australian Government to take the long view in its plan More…
Just when you almost forgot about what a terrible time Samsung’s been having, a literal garbage fire broke out at More…