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Fuel cells can be used in a variety of applications, including transportation, material handling, and stationary, portable, and emergency backup power.
Hydrogen can be used in fuel cells to generate power through a chemical reaction rather than combustion, with only water and heat as byproducts.
Professional recyclers process fuel cells using the pyrometallurgical process when they reach the end of their useful lives.
Toxic gas compounds are created throughout the process, which harm the environment and nearby ecosystems. Emissions of fluorine and hydrogen fluoride are produced by pyrometallurgical recycling.
The Global Fuel cell recycling market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Recycling Fuel Cells & Platinum Recovery.A variety of stationary and motive applications can be powered by hydrogen using proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell technology, which emits only water.
In comparison to toxic batteries and inefficient internal combustion engines, fuel cells are an environmentally friendly option. No poisonous or hazardous substances that could harm the environment after disposal are present in PEM fuel cells.
Ballard Power Systems, Inc. has created industry-leading techniques to reduce the energy intensity and environmental impact of product manufacture because of its extensive expertise manufacturing fuel cells.
Processes facilitate the effective recovery of extremely valuable precious metals at the end of a product’s useful life and reduce trash going to the landfill.
For fuel cell stacks that have run their course, Ballard provides its customers a refurbishing service. The customer sends the fuel cell stack back to Ballard, where we replace the MEA while making use of the already-existing plates and hardware.
The platinum and other precious metals are subsequently recovered from the used MEA by a third party.Customers can typically save 30% off the price of buying a new fuel cell stack by using this method on fuel cell stacks.
Ballard can help with the recycling of the MEA once a fuel cell stack has reached the end of its useful life.
Usually, this technique results in the recovery of more than 95% of the valuable metals in the MEA. The majority of the fuel cell stack’s remaining parts are recycled using standard recycling techniques.
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