Lead for life.
Ecobat Resources is the leader in the responsible recycling and production of resources essential to modern life. Backed by an international network of smelters, we are the world’s largest producer of lead and lead alloys used in energy storage solutions and a range of other industrial and commercial applications. Alongside our lead production and recycling operations, Ecobat Resources also manages the reclamation of polypropylene used in the development of premium polymer solutions.
The reclamation of scrap batteries is one of our most important success stories. At Ecobat, we use state-of-the-art technology and a highly trained workforce to ensure the lead acid batteries we recycle into refined lead do not harm the environment, employees, or the communities in which we work. According to Battery Council International, 97 percent of all battery lead is recycled and a typical new lead-acid battery contains 60 to 80 percent recycled lead and plastic. We are proud to be part of this initiative and at the forefront of efforts to make our industry ever more environmentally conscious.
Ecobat is the global leader in the production of lead and lead alloys, mainly from recycled sources. Our extensive smelter network enables us to offer flexible, reliable solutions designed to your specifications, no matter the size of your business. Check out our range of solutions including branded lead, soft lead, lead sheet, and lead anodes, plus special metals and alloys.
Ecobat produces more than 20 polypropylene qualities that provide solutions for almost all requirements in any sector, and for more than a decade, we’ve been developing PP-recyclate as a high-quality alternative to industry polymers. Our polypropylene solutions can be tailored to your unique requirements, and we can work with your brand from planning and development to unit production.
Our extensive smelter network enables us to offer flexible, reliable solutions designed to your specifications, no matter the size of your business. We have 19 facilities, 14 smelters, and 3,000 employees, and all of our lead smelting operations are certified to ISO 9001.