Amos Mfg., Inc. and Gloyd Recycling Solutions LLC (GRS) announce a collaborative effort to bring the Battery-In-Device-Shredder system (BIDS23) into production. This system is integral to improving safety and reducing manual battery removal from small electronic devices by directly processing.

The BIDS23, initially developed by GRS along with input from Archimedes Industry Advisory and Investments (AIAI), is designed to handle significant challenges in the recycling industry, such as thermal incidents, operational downtimes, and manual battery removal. These issues have been particularly problematic in warehouse environments, where they can lead to substantial financial and safety risks.

Traditional battery recycling methods, which typically require manual sorting and battery removal, are inefficient and hazardous. The BIDS23 system provides a comprehensive solution to these problems by effectively and safely processing batteries-in-devices. Constructed with Amos Mfg., Inc.’s expertise, the system adheres to the highest standards of durability and reliability. Its compact design allows for seamless integration into existing warehouse operations, while its advanced wet scrubber technology and closed loop water systems addresses environmental compliance concerns.

This collaboration between Amos Mfg., Inc. and Gloyd Recycling underscores a commitment to sustainable recycling and represents a significant step forward in enabling companies to manage battery recycling more efficiently and responsibly.

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