A workshop to provide information on responsible transport, storage and recycling of Lithium-ion batteries will be held in Melbourne in June.
Registrations are open for the Lithium-ion Battery Forum, which will be held on Wednesday 15 June at the Clean Energy Council’s office at 222 Exhibition Street.
Organised by the Clean Energy Council and the Australian Battery Recycling Initiative, the event’s expert speakers and panel members will present on:
– projections for Li-ion battery use and disposal to 2030
– transport and storage regulations
– options for recycling batteries at end of life
– regulatory and infrastructure gaps.
This will be followed by an optional half-day training course on transporting Li-ion batteries, which has been designed to raise awareness of dangerous goods transport requirements among battery manufacturers, installers, collectors and recyclers.
More information about both events and ticketing details are on the Clean Energy Council website.