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  • Novelis new recycling center in Guthrie

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    Novelis Invests in New Recycling Center for Automotive

    Novelis Inc. plans to invest $365 million to build a highly advanced recycling center for automotive in North America, built adjacent to its existing automotive finishing plant in Guthrie, Kentucky. The facility is expected to support the expansion of the company’s automotive closed-loop-recycling programs and reduce its carbon emissions by more than one million tons […]

  • The Deeside aluminium recycling plant in the UK are getting ready to recycle even more post-consumer aluminium into new low-carbon products.

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    Hydro Makes Multiple Investments to Increase Aluminum Recycling Worldwide

    Hydro is focused on sustainability, having set ambitious climate, environmental, and social targets — including the goal of achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Currently, the company is on track to meet this goal, with the expectation of reducing its emissions 10% by 2025 and 30% by 2030 (from a 2018 baseline). One of Hydro’s main […]

  • Alcoa molten metal

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    Alcoa Develops New Scrap Purification Process

    Alcoa has developed a new, patented process for the purification of post-consumer aluminum scrap. This ASTREA™ process is designed to process low quality scrap (such as zorba, which is comprised of shredded aluminum and other nonferrous metals from automobiles) into an extremely high purity level equivalent to or surpassing P0101 aluminum alloys (containing only 0.1% […]

  • DOE REMADE funding

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    DOE Awards Over $16 Million for Projects Aimed at Reducing Carbon Emissions in Manufacturing

    The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and the REMADE Institute announced more than $16 million in research and development funding for 23 projects that will reduce energy use and carbon emissions associated with industrial-scale materials production, processing, and recycling. Among the projects selected are six that are associated with the aluminum industry. “The transition to […]

  • HAI-Santana romania - aluminum recycling furnace

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    HAI Invests in Additional Recycling Capacity in Romania

    Hammerer Aluminium Industries (HAI), headquartered in Austria, is investing €4.5 million euros in a third melting furnace for recycling aluminum, which will be integrated into its existing casthouse at its facility in Santana, Romania. This will provide the company with increased capacity, enabling it to react to increased demand for lightweight aluminum construction products. Supplied […]

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    IAI Models Decarbonization Scenario to Help Drive Emissions Reductions

    The International Aluminium Institute (IAI) has modeled a 1.5 Degree Scenario to guide the aluminum industry’s efforts to meet global climate goals. The modeling is based on International Energy Agency’s (IEA) Net-Zero by 2050 scenario, combined with the IAI’s material flow analysis and future demand scenarios. According to the IAI, this scenario is the most […]

  • Exterior design of VADELATA for the Planet Lab in Fernando de Noronha. (Credit: Ball Corporation)

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    Ball to Develop Brazil’s First Circular Economy Lab

    Ball Corporation plans to create a circular economy lab in Fernando de Noronha, Brazil — one of the country’s most popular tourist destinations and a leader in sustainable tourism. The first of its kind in Brazil, the “Vadelata for the Planet Lab” will create a model circular economy within the island by centralizing the collection […]

  • Scepter - tilted view of a storage room with aluminum rolling ingot being picked up by a crane

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    Scepter Partners with Novelis to Support U.S. Recycling

    Scepter, Inc. formed a multi-year metal supply agreement with Novelis, through which the company will supply more than 200,000 tons of aluminum ingot with up to 95% recycled content. Novelis will utilize this ingot to roll and finish high quality sheet products for the aluminum beverage can and food container industry in the U.S. “Scepter […]