Retriev Technologies Inc. Appoints New President

By on January 8, 2015

Lancaster, Ohio, Jan. 8, 2015 — Retriev Technologies Inc., a global leader in the field of battery recycling and management, is pleased to announce the appointment of Joseph A. Acker, Jr. as President of its North American operations. Mr. Acker has worked in various capacities throughout the battery industry and has over 25 years of related experience in the battery recycling field.  Mr. Acker started his career as part of a core team to design and construct a large scale battery recycling operation for Exide Technologies.  In 2010, he left his post as Vice president and General Manager of Exide’s recycling division and accepted...
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Retriev Technologies Launches New Website

By on March 1, 2014

Anaheim, CA – Retriev Technologies (formerly Toxco Inc.) is proud to announce the launch of our brand new website. With this launch, we feel that our presence online now exemplifies the professionalism and expertise that our customers have come to recognize as a hallmark of Retriev’s battery recycling services. According to Todd Coy, Executive Vice President at Retriev, “One of the major goals of our new website was to really show off our recycling technology. We like to think of ourselves as the ultimate downstream for used batteries. When your batteries are sent to a Retriev recycling facility, you can...
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White Cloud Chooses Retriev’s Big Green Box Battery Recycling Program

By on December 20, 2013

Published without change from TARPON SPRINGS, Fla., Dec. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — White Cloud  Electronic Cigarettes is pleased to announce its partnership with Big Green  Box. As well as demonstrating our commitment to developing an environmentally  friendly process, it also ensures that the U.S. Department of Transportation and  United Nations packaging standards are met for disposing of electronic  waste. Customers will now have the ability to recycle their rechargeable electronic cigarette batteries and Fling disposable e cigarettes. By adding this recycling program to our list of services, White Cloud is  among the ranks of fellow green-minded companies such as Microsoft, Google, ...
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Retriev is Awarded Patent for the Recovery and Regeneration of Li-Ion Batteries

By on December 18, 2013

The use of rechargeable lithium-ion batteries is growing steadily for many applications including its use in Electric Vehicles (EV) and Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEV). The lithium-ion battery is also being used for energy storage for electrical grid networks and many other larger scale applications. lt is already the dominate battery for cell phones, laptops, and mobile electronic applications. As these batteries reach end of life there is а need to provide а satisfactory recycling and disposal procedure for them. This is particularly true for the large format batteries which are being made for many automotive and grid storage applications....
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Toxco Inc. announces name change to Retriev Technologies Inc.

By on September 1, 2013

Toxco Inc., North America’s leading battery recycling company has announced a name change to Retriev Technologies Inc. “While Toxco is a globally recognized name in the battery recycling industry, we do not feel the name reflects where we as a company want to go in the 21st century” says Toxco’s President Steven Kinsbursky.  “The name Retriev Technologies exemplifies a better description of what our company represents in the marketplace.” Retriev Technologies has facilities in British Columbia, Ohio, and has a research and development laboratory in Pennsylvania that operates under the DBA of LithChem Energy. Headquartered in Anaheim, CA, Retriev Technologies specializes...
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Toxco Waste Management Ltd. Presents at NATO

By on May 9, 2013

On April 17, 2013, Toxco Waste Management Ltd. (“Toxco”) made a presentation to the NATO (“North Atlantic Treaty Organization”) Transportation of Dangerous Goods Group, in Brussels, Belgium. After more than a decade-long presence of NATO forces in Afghanistan, a large accumulation of spent lithium batteries has built-up in the country. Lithium batteries are used by the troops on a daily basis and power all of the soldiers needs, from alarms to radios. With the wind down of operations in Afghanistan, NATO countries are seeking ways to handle the large number of spent lithium batteries, which have accumulated over time. Kathy...
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Toxco Inc. is Awarded 9.5 Million from DOE to Support U.S. Battery Recycling

By on August 11, 2009

UPDATE: Toxco Inc. changed its name to Retriev Technologies Inc. on 09/01/2013. Anaheim, California – TOXCO Inc., is pleased to announce that it has been awarded 9.5 million dollars from the Department of Energy to expand their current battery recycling operations in Lancaster, Ohio. Toxco plans to build and operate an advanced lithium battery recycling facility at their existing Lancaster, Ohio site. The new plant will be built to support the battery recycling infrastructure that will be needed with the growth of hybrid and electric vehicles in the United States all of which use large format rechargeable batteries. “Toxco is...
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