tozero GmbH

Booth number G009B

tozero is building Europe's premier lithium-ion battery recycling plant, recovering essential materials like lithium, nickel, cobalt, and graphite.

About us

tozero is a Munich-based startup co-founded by Sarah Fleischer and Dr. Ksenija Milicevic Neumann. The company's mission is to establish Europe's leading lithium-ion battery recycling plant, focused on recovering critical materials such as lithium, nickel, cobalt, and graphite in a sustainable way.

By reintroducing these materials into the supply chain, tozero aims to support the creation of new batteries while promoting a circular economy. To achieve their ambitious goals, tozero is investing in advanced technologies and processes that enable efficient and cost-effective recovery of valuable materials from battery waste.

tozero is committed to promoting transparency and traceability throughout their operations. They prioritize responsible sourcing of materials and use state-of-the-art processes to ensure the highest level of environmental and social responsibility. By building Europe's premier lithium-ion battery recycling plant, tozero hopes to set a new standard for sustainable battery waste management and contribute to the shift towards a more circular economy.

tozero GmbH
Rosa-Bavarese-Str. 3
80639 Munich

Phone: +49 160 1887154

Contact person

Sarah Fleischer
Co-Founder & CEO
Dr. Ksenija Milicevic Neumann
Co-Founder & CTO
Maximilian Blume
Business Developer

Products & Services

tozero is focused on developing a proprietary lithium-ion battery recycling process to recycle battery waste for the EV Industry and recover the critical materials. These materials include lithium, nickel, cobalt, and graphite, which are in high demand for the production of new batteries. By reintroducing these materials back into the supply chain, tozero is reducing the dependence on mining and promoting a circular economy.

At tozero, the focus is on innovation, efficiency, and sustainability. The recycling process is designed to recover as much material as possible from battery waste, with minimal environmental impact.

In addition, the process is cost-effective, making it an attractive solution for battery waste management.

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