Technology Minerals plans to list on London’s stock exchange and recycle and re-use electric car batteries.

The UK company that develops technology to recycle car batteries will list its technology on the London Stock Exchange within the next few weeks.

Technology Minerals is determined to be the first British company that can recycle, recover, and re-use batteries on an industrial scale. We also reclaim metals and other materials used in the production of the batteries.

Robin Brundle, the brother of Martin Brundle (former Formula One driver) is the chairperson.

The company has raised £5.5m before its listing, and it expects to be worth £27m when it debuts on the market. It plans to open five UK plants.

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