Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Trending news

Eco-Bat S.r.l. will stop lead production in Italy


Ecobat has decided to suspend lead production at its Paderno and Marcianise plants. The suspension will be effective October 1, 2022.

Ecobat, the world leader in battery recycling, has announced that Eco-Bat S.r.l. will suspend lead production at its Paderno and Marcianise plants in Italy, effective October 1, 2022. These plants have a total capacity of 80,000 tons of lead per year. The decision to suspend lead production is in response to extreme energy prices and other overly burdensome costs in Italy, which show no signs of improving. The company’s attempts to find alternatives to the suspension have not been productive.

Due to the unprecedented economic environment in Italy, Eco-Bat S.r.l. would suffer significant financial losses if it continued its operations without this announced suspension. Nevertheless, Eco-Bat S.r.l. has decided to continue operating its Italian facilities in September to accommodate its customers, despite the fact that the company is operating at significant losses. While lead production will cease as of October 1, various other non-lead activities will continue at both plants as needed. The company is constantly monitoring and evaluating the situation and market developments, as well as possible government support measures.

Contact [email protected]

© Copyright APA-OTS Originaltext-Service GmbH and the respective sender.

The post Eco-Bat S.r.l. will stop lead production in Italy appeared first on TOP News Austria – News from Austria and around the world.


You May Also Like


BongaCams, the world’s most popular webcam site, has issued its first exclusive collection of NFTs!  The collection celebrates BongaCams’ 10th birthday coming up in...


Despite all the progress, prejudices and stereotypes are still strong in society. People often judge a person by his or her appearance, and if...

Trending news

Curb the attack! is the title of Brussels Ukraїna Review’s special issue about the threat of a full invasion of Ukraine by Russia. The...


The new government of the Czech Republic published its programme on January 7 announcing it will exit coal by 2033. It’s the 22nd European...

Brussels Says