Apple Use 100% Recycled Cobalt in Batteries by 2025 – Apple announced it will use recycled materials, which use 100 percent recycled cobalt in all Apple-designed batteries.

By 2025, the magnets in Apple devices will use recycled rare earth elements, and all Apple-designed printed circuit boards will use 100 percent recycled soldering lead and 100 percent recycled gold plating.


“Every day, Apple innovates to create technologies that enrich people’s lives while protecting the planet we live on,” said Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO.

By 2022, a quarter of all the cobalt found in Apple products will come from recycled materials, up from 13 percent the previous year.

Cobalt is an important ingredient in batteries, found in iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches, MacBooks, and many other products representing the bulk of corporate use of cobalt.

“Our ambition to one day use 100 percent recycled and renewable materials in our products aligns with Apple 2030, our goal of achieving carbon neutral products by 2030,” said Lisa Jackson, Apple’s vice president of Environment, Policy, and Social Initiatives.

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