American Battery Metals Corporation selects northern Nevada for its lithium-ion battery commercial pilot recycling plant

American Battery Metals Corporation (OTCQB:ABML), an American-owned advanced extraction and battery recycling technology company with extensive mineral resources in Nevada, today announced that it has chosen northern Nevada for the company’s first-of-kind lithium-ion battery recycling facility. The acquisition of an industrial plant for the commercial pilot recycling facility is expected to be finalized within the next few weeks.

Northern Nevada is an ideal location for American Battery Metals Corporation to open its facility. The proximity to Tesla’s Gigafactory, road and rail infrastructure, and access to a highly qualified labor pool are important factors in the growth of American Battery Metals Corporation. The company will create at least 50 new jobs, potentially up to 200, in the next 24 months and is working with various state-level government agencies with an eye toward additional operations in the future.

“Nevada is not only a great state for mining, but it is also an emerging leader in welcoming new, sustainable technology companies,” said, American Battery Metals Corporation Chief Executive Officer Doug Cole. “The Silver state has rolled out the welcome mat for American Battery Metals Corporation, and in many ways will be our partner as we launch commercial operations of our lithium-ion recycling facility.”

“We have great, ongoing conversations with various state and federal offices based in Nevada, including the Northern Nevada Development Authority and USDA Rural Development office,” said Doug Nickle, American Battery Metals Corporation, Head of Business Development and Government Affairs. “We intend to grow and expand our business units in Nevada, and plan to be here for the long haul.”

American Battery Metals Corporation
American Battery Metals Corporation is an American-owned, advanced extraction and battery recycling technology company with extensive mineral resources in Nevada. The company is focused on its lithium-ion battery recycling and resource production projects in Nevada, with the goal of becoming a substantial domestic supplier of battery metals to the rapidly growing electric vehicle and battery storage markets.

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