Recently, the National Bureau of Statistics announced t […]
Recently, the National Bureau of Statistics announced the 2013 China's Circular Economy Development Index. The index is based on 2005. After calculation, China's circular economy development index reached 137.6 in 2013. (The comprehensive evaluation index system for circular economy includes four levels of resource consumption intensity, waste discharge intensity, waste reuse rate and pollutant disposal rate. Indicators, 16 secondary indicators), the development of circular economy has achieved remarkable results.
In terms of waste reuse, the reuse rate of waste lead increased by 8.8 percentage points. Waste lead is mainly found in lead-containing wastes such as tailings, slag, industrial waste, and waste lead-acid batteries.
As one of the lead-containing wastes, waste lead-acid batteries have been the focus of environmental protection and other departments. In May 2012, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and the Ministry of Environmental Protection jointly issued the "Entry Conditions for Lead Storage Battery Industry" (hereinafter referred to as "Entry Conditions"), and conducted research on the process equipment and environmental protection measures of lead storage battery manufacturers and recycled lead enterprises. Strict specifications.
At present, the "Entry Conditions" have been implemented for almost three years, and the establishment of a recycling mechanism and system for waste lead-acid batteries in China is still being gradually improved.
Liu Yanlong, secretary general of China Chemical (601117) and the Physical Power Industry Association, pointed out that to improve the recycling system of waste lead batteries in China, we must first establish a complete and effective recycling channel, and secondly monitor the flow of used batteries. In addition, the technical level of recycling of used batteries should be improved. Only in this way can the effective progress of the recycling of waste lead-acid batteries be promoted.
In addition, the "Entry Conditions" clearly stated that "encourage lead-acid battery manufacturers to use sales channels to establish a waste lead-acid battery recovery mechanism, and jointly establish a waste battery recycling treatment system with secondary lead enterprises that meet the requirements of relevant industrial policies."
Liu Yanlong suggested that the recycling of lead-acid batteries for electric bicycles, electric bicycle manufacturers can use their sales network to establish recycling channels for waste lead-acid batteries.
It is understood that some large domestic battery companies have been exploring battery recycling. Fengfan Co., Ltd. (600482, stock bar) relies on the Internet of Things to innovate used battery recycling channels to make the battery recycling process more orderly and efficient; Chaowei Group ’s first “atomic economic law” lead recycling process can recycle the lead of used lead-acid batteries The utilization rate was increased to 99%, which greatly improved the recycling rate of waste lead. These beneficial attempts will promote the recycling of waste lead-acid batteries in China into the right track and promote the development of China's circular economy.