Lead Battery collection

Lead-acid batteries are a common type of battery used in many parts of the world, including Cambodia.
They are used as power sources in a wide range of equipment in many industries, including commercial
and industrial businesses. Lead acid batteries have a high sulphuric acid content, and a lot of lead.The
acid is extremely corrosive and is known to be a good carrier for soluble lead and lead particulate. Lead
is a highly toxic metal and can produce a range of adverse health effects, particularly in young children.
Exposure to excessive levels of lead can damage the brain and kidneys and impair hearing.Due to
improper recycling operations, significant amounts of lead particles and smoke are released into the
atmosphere and deposit on soil, water bodies, and other surfaces, adversely affecting both the
environment and health. A low-functioning battery can still be used with proper care!
Together, build a new reflex, for an intelligent and economical management of our batteries. Regenerate
used batteries instead of recycling them in a wrong way, think to Ecobatt Energy!

Recycling bin collection

For your convenience, Ecobatt Energy has provided over 300 bins around Phnom Penh to service their
collection partners, with state of the art bins to encourage people to avoid throwing them away with their
regular garbage because batteries are technically classified as hazardous waste. It’s only for
rechargeable and single-use batteries weighing 1 kg or less such as : Alkaline, Lithium primary & Ion,
Nickel Cadmium, Small sealed lead acid, nickel metal hybride and Nickel Zinc.

Battery processing

Ecobatt Energy is specialized in Battery Resurgence. Few people know that batteries can be recovered
instead of replacing them. We help our customers reduce their operating costs by restoring the battery
capacity to the factory. We can help you with our battery regenerator. We can regenerate all lead acid
batteries which are commonly used for forklifts, cars, trucks, tuk tuk and many others application.
According to prakas No. 447 of the Ministry of Environment on Battery Management. Batteries are
banned to dun down though and they have to be recharged if this occurs increasingly, your battery will
lose a lot of its capacity and efficiency due to sulfating which is the accumulation of extremely hard bled
sulphate crystals. Sulphate crystals cannot be loosened with normal charger and this will eventually
cause the lead plates to become partially unusable which resource and capacity loss you will have to
charge the battery more frequently and its lifespan will decrease.
There are two possible solutions for malfunctioning batteries:
– You can either replace your old battery but this is very expensive and not very environment friendly
– You can these sulfated and give it a second life with our reprocessed technology