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Attero plans to invest over Rs 8,000 crore in 5 years to ramp up e-waste, battery recycling capacity

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NEW DELHI: Electronic waste and battery recycling firm Attero plans to invest round Rs 8,300 crore in the subsequent 5 years to ramp up its capacity, the corporate’s CEO and Co-Founder Nitin Gupta mentioned. At current, the corporate has the capacity to recycle up to 1,44,000 tonnes of digital waste (e-waste) and 15,000 tonnes of lithium-ion battery yearly.
“In the next five years, we will obviously be investing roughly around USD 1 billion overall, including all forms of capital — debt, equity and sort of other non-diluted forms of capital,” Gupta informed PTI.
He mentioned that the corporate is rising 100 per cent year-on-year and step by step rising capacity.
“A greenfield facility in Europe will come up in Poland. Work has already started there. In India, we are building another greenfield facility. We are finalizing the space in Andhra Pradesh/Jharkhand. Our e-waste (recycling) capacity will get to roughly around 4,15,000 tonnes per annum. Our battery (recycling) capacity will broadly reach around 50,000 tonnes per annum in a year,” Gupta mentioned.
The firm has set a goal to cross USD 2 billion, about Rs 16,500 crore income by 2027.
“Industry is growing at roughly around 30 per cent per annum. We are growing at more than 100 per cent YoY. We had revenue of around Rs 285 crore in financial year 2023 and Rs 440 crore in FY24. This year we expect to cross Rs 1,000 crore in revenue. To achieve the USD 2 billion target, we just need to invest a few hundred crores to ramp up capacity,” Gupta mentioned.
He claimed that each different Indian firm produces an intermediate product that will get additional refined both by Attero or firms outdoors India.
“Globally, our competitors are sitting at less than 75 per cent extraction efficiency, whereas we are at 98 per cent. Our capex requirement for extraction is around USD 3,250 per tonne, whereas the global capex per tonne is between USD 5,500 to 10,000. We have the lowest opex in the world,” Gupta mentioned.
He claimed that Attero has a 25 per cent market share, which is able to develop to 35 per cent subsequent 12 months, whereas the corporate’s nearest competitor is lower than 10 per cent in phrases of market share.


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