Batteries globally provide many challenges for responsible recycling and in some cases there are just no viable solutions yet. We get both Lithium Ion Cobalt and Lithium Ion Phosphate batteries in some bulk. With a shredder we would be able to separate out the components which allows us to deal more efficiently with the by-products, routing plastic and metal to our local downstream recyclers and cobalt to India for re-use. The Lithium Ion Phosphate remain a challenge, we currently have 20 tonnes in the warehouse and are working with two different organisations on potential solutions whilst closely watching the research projects in Australia. However, in the interim, shredding them would at least provide better space management and some by-product for local use.