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India’s Attero to Spend $1 Billion on Battery Recycling Plants

Bloomberg • 31st May 2022

Indian battery recycling company Attero Recycling Pvt is planning to invest $1 billion over five years to build lithium-ion battery recycling plants in Europe, the US and Indonesia as demand for the metal surges amid the global shift to electric cars.

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EV battery recycling: India's way of becoming Aatmanirbhar

Deccan Herald • 17th May 2022

Pointing out the dire need of having rare earth metals like Lithium, Cobalt and Nickel, the coverage puts spotlight on Attero Recycling who is acing the lithium ion battery recycling process and producing the same grade and quality of lithium which comes out of a mine. It further informs the audience on how India can reduce its dependency on other countries by recycling end of life lithium ion batteries – becoming fully self-reliant for battery materials.

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Earth Day: Why Attero Recycling is focusing on the problem of used EV batteries

The Indian Express • 22nd Apr 2022

Lithium mining causes water depletion, ground destabilisation, biodiversity loss, the increased salinity of rivers and water bodies, and the contamination of soil. The latest vehicle sales data shows that Indians are adopting electric vehicles (EVs) at an rapid pace. But simply adopting EVs isn’t enough to contribute meaningfully towards solving the world’s environmental problems.

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Lithium battery recycling in India - PV Magazine India

PV Magazine • 21th Apr 2022

The Prime Minister of India has set an ambitious target of 500 GW of non-fossil fuel-based energy generation in India by 2030 and a reduction of one billion tonnes in total projected carbon emissions by 2030.ys Nitin Gupta, making the case for his firm Attero, which has taken the lead in effective recycling of Lithium ion batteries.

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In Conversation with Nitin Gupta, Co-Founder, Attero Recycling

Saur Energy • 7th Apr 2022

Without local sourcing of critical materials, we will be shifting our dependence from Saudi Arabia to China, when it comes to EV’s, says Nitin Gupta, making the case for his firm Attero, which has taken the lead in effective recycling of Lithium ion batteries.

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Attero is the Only Company Globally to Get Carbon Credits For E-Waste Recycled

Tatsatchronicle • 3rd March 2022

Tatsat Chronicle is the brainchild of Tatsat FoundationTM  India’s first not-for-profit organisation that provides CSR-specific education, certification and skill-development solutions through its vast network domestic and global partners. Tatsat Chronicle magazine and its 360-degree digital platform, including a live website with daily updates, Social Media channels, and a fortnightly newsletter in digital format.

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This Company Recycles Most Of India's 50,000 Tons Of Toxic Battery Waste Per Year

India Times • 17th Feb 2022

An Indian company is attempting to limit toxic waste by recycling lithium-ion batteries. When the life-cycle of any device ends, lithium-ion batteries used in those devices are considered hazardous waste material if not recycled.

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Union Budget 2022: Here's How Industry Experts React

Mumbai Live • 11th Feb 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic has taught the entire world the importance of having a strong healthcare sector. With Omicron spreading now, healthcare has again become one of the biggest focus areas for governments as well as individuals.

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Startup Industry Reactions To The Union Budget 2022-23

BW Disrupt • 1st Feb 2022

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in her Budget discourse said startups have arisen as drivers of development for the economy and throughout the course of recent years, the nation has seen a complex expansion in effective startups.

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Union Budget 2022: Reactions from the EV industry

LiveMint • 1st Feb 2022

The last year has seen the EV industry witness tremendous growth and the government has been privy to the fact that the way forward in the mobility sector is to shift to EVs. We thus welcome the move by Hon’ble Finance Minister for announcing the commencement of battery swapping and battery standardization process.

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Attero to invest Rs 300 crore on ramping up battery recycling capacity

ANI • 9th January 2022

New Delhi [India], January 9 (ANI): Attero Recycling, India's largest electronic waste recycling firm, said on Saturday it plans to invest Rs 300 crore in ramping up its lithium-ion battery recycling capacity to 11,000 metric tonnes per annum by October 2022 from its current capacity of 1,000 metric tonnes per annum.

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Rise of EV spawns new businesses

Fortune India • 1st December 2021

Through our proactive and strategic media outreach to position Attero Recycling and its spokesperson as an industry leader, we’re excited to share the well-rounded coverage we’ve garnered in Fortune India, a leading business magazine.

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India needs an EV battery recycling policy to become truly Atmanirbhar: Nitin Gupta

ET Energyworld • 23rd November 2021

According to the CEO and co-founder of Attero Recycling, the market for solar panel recycling will start picking up in the next 3 to 5 years. He added that for a country like India to make sure that recycling becomes the focus, the government needs to ensure that investment flows into the sector and the capacity increases.

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Recycling lithium-ion batteries for the EV era

The Hindu Business Line • 3rd October 2021

There is some good news that should help accelerate the creation of an electric vehicle (EV) ecosystem in India. The shortage in battery recycling capacity, a serious challenge for EV penetration, is set to decrease with the oldest end-to-end recycling and electronic asset management company, Attero, going in for a franchise programme.

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International E-Waste Day 2021: Significance, theme and history

News Nine • 14th Oct 2021

The International E-Waste Day is observed on October 14 to raise awareness about the millions of tonnes of e-waste generated worldwide each year, which has a negative impact on the environment and natural resources.

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Brothers Extract Gold & Silver From E-Waste, Save 100000 Metric Tonnes Of Carbon

The Hindu Business Line • 14th October 2021

Nitin and Rohan Gupta launched Attero Recycling in 2007, and use a mix of mechanical and hydrometallurgical technologies to extract 98% metals like gold and silver from e-waste. On International E-Waste Day, we take a look at how these brothers are tackling the e-waste tsunami in an eco-friendly and sustainable way

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International E-Waste Day 2021: Significance, theme and history

News9Live • 14th October 2021

The goal of International E-Waste Day is to raise awareness about the global problem of electronic waste and what can be done to address it.

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India needs an EV battery recycling policy to become truly Atmanirbhar: Nitin Gupta, CEO, Attero Recycling

Economics Times, India Times • 23rd November 2021

Electric Vehicles are not green. Yes, they do not pollute the environment as much as their fossil-fuel engine based counterparts. But they aren’t totally green, as all the metals used in EVs are sourced in the traditional way.

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Attero ramping up e-waste recycling capacity

Telangana Today • 11th November' 2021

Attero Recycling is an end-to-end e-waste management solutions company and is one of the few such recyclers globally. The company has to date saved more than 1,00,000 metric tonnes of carbon and is focused on producing sustainable materials such as cobalt, tin, nickel, copper, silver and gold completing the circular economy value chain.

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Attero's conclave on E-Waste & Li-ion Battery Recycling

21st Oct 2021.

MG Motor and Attero partners for Li-ion battery recycling

EconomicTimes IndiaTimes • 8th November' 2021

MG Motor India has joined hands with Attero, India’s largest electronic asset management company and clean-tech provider. The partnership is for reusing and recycling the Li-ion batteries of EVs in India after their end-of-life, a press release from MG Motor said.

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How Nitin Gupta's Attero Recycling is catalyzing e-waste recycling

NewsBytes • 8th November' 2021

A strategy that will help scale up the sector significantly There is some good news that should help accelerate the creation of an electric vehicle (EV) ecosystem in India. The shortage in battery recycling capacity, a serious challenge for EV penetration, is set to decrease with the oldest end-to-end recycling and electronic asset management company, Attero, going in for a franchise programme.

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Recycling lithium-ion batteries for the EV era

The Hindu Business Line • 3rd October' 2021

A strategy that will help scale up the sector significantly There is some good news that should help accelerate the creation of an electric vehicle (EV) ecosystem in India. The shortage in battery recycling capacity, a serious challenge for EV penetration, is set to decrease with the oldest end-to-end recycling and electronic asset management company, Attero, going in for a franchise programme.

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Green Hills

Creative News Express • 18th September' 2021

चन्दन नेगी, अल्मोड़ा
स्वच्छ वातावरण, शुद्ध पर्यावरण एवं स्वस्थ जीवन जैसी नेक मंशा को लेकर काम कर रही ग्रीन हिल्स संस्था इस बार गाधी जयंती के उपलक्ष्य में ‘ई—वेस्ट कलेक्शन’ अभियान लेकर आई है। अभियान 20 सितंबर से 4 नवंबर यानी दीपावली तक चलेगा। इस अभियान में लाल फैमिली फाउंडेशन नई दिल्ली द्वारा भी सहयोग दिया जा रहा है।
यह बात आज यहां एक होटल में पत्रकारों से वार्ता करते हुए संस्था की सचिव वसुधा पंत ने कही। उन्होंने बताया कि ई-वेस्ट कलेक्शन के तहत अल्मोड़ा शहर समेत कसार देवी, रानीखेत, चौबटिया व मजखाली के विद्यालयों, दुकानों व होटलों में कलेक्शन बॉक्स रखे जाएंगे।

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Attero Recycling plans public listing in 3 years, to double capacity by 2022

ET Auto • 06th October' 2021

E-waste recycling company Attero Recycling plans to get listed on stock exchange

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Sonu Sood

जुड़िए देश की उन अच्छी ख़बरों के लिए जो आपके चेहरे पर लाएंगी मुस्कान Sonu Sood के साथ

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Financial express

Financial Express • 25th October' 2021

Noida-based Attero Recycling has been tackling the problem of mounting electronic waste as consumers discard their electronic gadgets and electrical appliances once their lifespan is over. The startup extracts important elements and compounds from these discarded products that can be used in various industrial applications, using its proprietary technology while trying to minimise the negative impact on the health of the waste collectors in this largely unorganised sector.

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ATTERO Recycling by Studio 309

Studio 309 Media Production House • 13:27

Scripted, Directed and Produced by Studio 309 Media Private Limited.

Young Turks Transformers Episode 5 Part 3 Attero Recycling

CNBC-TV18 • 06:19

Young, social entrepreneurs changing rules of the SME game
Over the course of this show, you're going to meet a young entrepreneur who is re-writing the rules of the SME game. You'll also meet a social entrepreneur who is hoping to change the lives of millions of Indians. On Launch Pad this week, we bring you a new business idea waiting for a big breakthrough.

Emerging India Series - Looking at the Green sector Seg 2

CNBC-TV18 • 06:23

In this episode of the Emerging India series, we take a look at some stellar companies which are working in the Green space.
In this segment, we take a look at Attero Recycling, a Delhi based company that recycles e-waste.

Time to Refurbish : Attero Recycling

Jyoti Veriton • 08:06

Attero - Nitin Gupta

LAUNCH.org • 09:12

LAUNCH identifies and supports ground-breaking, often disruptive innovations that show promise in creating a sustainable future. LAUNCH will change our world.
Attero is the only end-to-end e-waste recycling company in India. It has developed a unique metal extraction technology for e-waste which extracts pure precious and semi-precious metals as a substitute for metals from virgin mines.
For more information visit http://launch.org

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Our constants - who’ve trusted and invested in our vision to revolutionize how waste is recycled for a sustainable future.

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