GLC Recycle has unveiled ambitious plans to significantly enhance its recycling capacity across Southeast Asia. With operations spanning Laos and Singapore, the company is set to undergo a substantial expansion drive, aiming to at least quadruple its current capacity by 2026.

Expansion Targets and Timelines

Commencing in the latter half of 2024, the expansion project will see GLC’s two facilities undergo substantial upgrades, with a target of doubling capacity by 2025, followed by another doubling by 2026.

Presently, GLC’s Laos black mass processing facility, situated in Vientiane, has a processing capacity of 20,000 tonnes per annum, which is expected to increase to 80,000 tonnes per annum by 2026. The facility, operational since September 2023, yields approximately 4,500 tonnes per year of crude recycled lithium carbonate. 

Meanwhile, in Singapore, where the company is headquartered, the black mass producing facility will also see a…

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