Battery recycling is a chemical and emission intensive process that damages the environment and harms the people engaging with it. While recycling comes at the end of the life span of batteries, we have figured out a way to mitigate their early death and regenerate them 2-3 times for up to 90% of their original capacity. This utilises the material within the lead-acid battery to its full capacity and helps us save the environment and the earth from where the lead is mined. Lead-acid batteries are integral to battery backup systems used in solar and wind farms, and telecom towers and are also used widely in cars, forklifts, banks and ATM systems. Since we are far from saying goodbye to Lead-acid batteries, why not make the most of them, one battery at a time.