Sharaf Group to set up 'used lead acid battery’ recycling center
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UAE based Sharaf Group to set up ‘used lead acid battery’ recycling center in Dubai

UAE based Sharaf Group to set up ‘used lead acid battery’ recycling center in Dubai

The facility will commence operations with a 25-member team in the first quarter of 2023

Dubai Industrial City

Sharaf Group has announced its plans to construct a state-of-the-art ‘Used Lead Acid Battery’ (ULAB) recycling plant in Dubai Industrial City, covering 250,000 square feet.

Starting with a six-tonne-per-hour capacity and a three-tonne-per-hour smelter, the fully automated plant will process 21,000 tonnes of ULABs produced in Dubai each year, accounting for 85 per cent of all ULABs produced in the city.

The facility is being built by Engitec Technologies, a marquee Italian battery recycle plant manufacturer, and will commence operations with a 25-member team in the first quarter of 2023.

Implementing modern technologies, the hitherto practice of disposing ULAB by discharging it to the ground will be replaced by environmentally friendly protocols discharging acid, as harmless water, and high-quality lead ingots, which will enable re-entry of the recycled products into the value chain through battery manufacturers.

This process will not only reduce lead pollution but will also play a favourable role in addressing global environmental crisis and mitigating climate change impacts.

Sharaf Group is taking a quantum leap into sustainable environmental preservations through its deep & transformative tech venture Green Future.

Read: Dubai-based DGrade recycles PET bottles into high-quality sustainable clothing

The recycling facility promises to be a beacon of Green Tech and future tech investments necessary to further the recycling infrastructure to support a sustainable future in the region. The initiative will also encourage venture capitalists and early-stage startups specialising in water purification, garbage recycling and ocean cleaning to collaborate with government bodies and environmental agencies towards a green and progressive Dubai.

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