cylib's proprietary end-to-end process is characterized by the efficient, resource- and climate-friendly recovery of all valuable metals in an electric car battery from pack to cell level.
The process has been developed over the years at RWTH Aachen University within an experienced research team.
Our drive was to develop a process that, in addition to robustness, has sustainability as a central element. Thus the cylib process is accompanied by a reduction in CO2 emissions.
cylib's technology enables the recovery of all battery components regardless of whether it is an end-of-life battery or not. Recovery of green secondary raw materials from the cylib process enables the realization of the true Circular Economy on the European market.
Lilian has a strong track record in battery recycling. She led the battery recycling group at the RWTH Aachen University’s IME and worked in numerous consulting projects in the battery recycling industry with MIMI Tech GmbH.
Paul has a background in mining and metallurgy. He built up and managed the IME battery laboratory at RWTH Aachen University, collaborated and coordinated several nationally funded projects, and worked on consulting projects for MIMI Tech GmbH.
Gideon has a background in business engineering and production technology. He did his Ph.D. at RWTH Aachen University. Prior to being COO at cylib he led the sustainability team at umlaut - part of Accenture.