At Envirobat Spain, we are committed to #SDG8 Decent Work and Economic Growth, #SDG9 Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure, and #SDG11 Sustainable Cities and Communities. That is why we have developed the AUSEBAT Project (Automatic Selection Battery), which aims to improve the selection and sorting process of battery waste in terms of the purity of the final classified product, achieving a process efficiency of 99.9%. It features multi-density channels: The use of multiple density curves simultaneously will allow for unprecedented separation performance, offering greater resource optimization and flexibility through the use of new X-ray sensor technologies. We incorporate state-of-the-art equipment equipped with highly sensitive (HS) sensors, combined with innovative classification software, to separate these waste materials by atomic density.
The AUSEBAT Project stems from the need to offer innovative solutions in waste management and address environmental challenges. Proper selection, sorting, and classification of these waste materials reduce pollution risks, increase recyclability levels, and improve the recovery of components as secondary raw materials. At Envirobat, we tackle current challenges with sustainable and innovative entrepreneurship actions, transitioning towards a circular model that generates economic, environmental, and social value for the Province of Guadalajara. We aim for a more responsible and competitive model with reduced dependence on natural resources, adopting a systematic and comprehensive approach throughout the value chain.
Envirobat celebrates that AUSEBAT has been one of the eight approved projects in the Provisional Resolution of Grants dated 09-11-2023 under the Fourth Line of Subsidies, which focuses on investments related to collection, sorting, classification, and improvement of existing mechanical-biological treatment plants. This resolution was published by the Directorate General of Circular Economy of the Regional Government of Castilla La Mancha on 10-11-2023. The granted subsidy, representing a total intensity of 70% of the proposed project investment, will stimulate the adoption of new technologies in recycling processes, facilitate increased recovery of by-products as secondary raw materials, and provide an excellent framework to transform the technical and scientific knowledge generated into circular economy-based products.
Envirobat, with its constant capacity to generate innovation through clear methodologies, concrete and sustainable strategies, and the ability to understand current needs in waste management, sees these opportunities as a chance to learn, educate, comprehend, incorporate, and, most importantly, challenge current waste management models. For Envirobat, success is not only about achieving the final goal but also about traversing each stage of the innovation process.