Cenex-LCV incorporates four key features: Technology exhibition split across three halls; Extensive seminar programme; Facilitated networking; Ride & drive of the latest research & development and commercially available vehicles. It is the UK’s first centre of excellence for low carbon and fuel cell technologies with assistance from many supporting partners. The LCV event is one which aims to build organisations awareness and confidence to adopt Zero Emission Vehicle technologies in vehicles and in fleet operations.
Our expert Alan Colledge has been leading our development in this field. Alan was in great demand over both days at the exhibition speaking to prospective clients and businesses about all things Lithium. Also as to how we can assist in our full service to collect, store, pack, export and recycle the automotive batteries that are used in Electric Vehicles and Plug-in Hybrids.
With the government green-industrial revolution plan in 2030 banning the sales of new diesel and petrol cars in 2030. The market for Electric-Vehicles will continue to grow, as such so will the need for the safe and reliable disposal of these extremely hazardous batteries.
At Cawleys we intend to be the market leader in this sector offering a full circle solution to the disposal of these batteries and keeping the circular economy turning. If you would like to discuss in confidence any aspect of your lithium battery recovery and disposal or specialist battery recycling requirements, please get in touch now.