Australia’s leading end to end solar panel recovery and recycling business.
Reclaim PV provides a range of services to help users, installers and manufacturers manage end-of-life solar panels and associated batteries.
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Through Reclaim PV's national recovery and recycling network, manufacturers, installers, retailers, site developers and other key stakeholders can significantly reduce the number of end-of-life solar panels going to landfill.
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Reclaim PV provides decommissioning services to commercial and utility scale sites to electrically decommission PV systems and to restore the site for any new works.
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Reclaim PV supplies materials that we recover through the recycling process to other industries.
Recoverable materials include Aluminium, Copper, Glass, Plastics, Silver, Lead and Silicon.
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Reclaim PV provides consulting services to support the establishment and effective operations of solar panel recycling in Australia and abroad.
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Australia’s rooftop solar installations are highest in the world (on a per capita basis), with approximately 70 million (25.3GW) installed so far* and research suggesting that there will be more than 1 million panels requiring replacement annually by 2031.
*APVI data at December 2021
At Reclaim PV, we guarantee that 100% of solar panels will be recycled or re-used and any of the materials we extract will be re-introduced into Australian material supply chains. No materials will end up in landfill and all processing will take place in Australia.
Reclaim is committed to the health and safety of those who operate within our organisation and with our partners. By partnering with us to recycle your solar panels, you can be assured that all solar panels will be disposed of in an environmentally friendly and responsible way.