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    Novelis Partners with Sortera Alloys to Utilize Innovative Recycling Technologies

    Novelis Inc. formed a strategic partnership with Sortera Alloys, Inc., an innovative industrial scrap metal sorting and recycling company based in Fort Wayne, IN. Under the agreement, Novelis will take advantage of Sortera’s advanced sorting technologies, including machine learning data analytics and advanced sensors, to recycle and re-use higher amounts of both production and post-consumer […]

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    The First Movers Coalition Launches Aluminum Sector

    The World Economic Forum has launched an aluminum sector for its First Movers Coalition (FMC), a global initiative aimed at harnessing the purchasing power of companies to decarbonize the seven industrial sectors that currently account for 30% of global emissions, including aluminum. “Technology has given us the tools to reduce our emissions and build a […]

  • From Left to Right: Bea Landa, Novelis; Ernie Corvi, Novelis; Tom Boney, Novelis; Tom Lilienthal, Novelis; Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear; Todd County Judge Executive Todd Mansfield; Kevin Shutt, Novelis; Morgan Alvey, Senator Mitch McConnell's Office; State Representative Jason Petrie; Corey Elder, Congressman James Comer's Office

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    Novelis Breaks Ground on New Recycling Center in Kentucky

    Novelis Inc. broke ground on a $365 million investment to build a highly advanced recycling center in Guthrie, Kentucky, which will support closed-loop recycling for the automotive market in North America. “This groundbreaking marks a major milestone in our ongoing commitment to sustainability and recycling, and also supports our automotive customers’ carbon reduction targets,” said […]

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    Novelis and Ball Now Make Aluminum Cups out of 90% Recycled Content

    Ball Corporation, a global provider of infinitely recyclable aluminum beverage packaging, and aluminum recycler and supplier Novelis, announced that the Ball Aluminum Cup is now composed of 90% recycled content. This evolution builds on the aluminum cup’s slogan of infinite recyclability by lowering its carbon footprint, therefore further positioning the product as a sustainable solution […]

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    Novelis Launches Lab to Advance Carbon Neutral Aluminum Manufacturing

    Novelis launched a research and development laboratory to advance carbon neutral solutions for aluminum manufacturing. The new lab, called Net Zero Lab Valais, is located at the company’s manufacturing site in Sierre, Switzerland, and will be a collaboration with local energy distributor OIKEN and HES-SO Valais-Wallis and EPFL from the Swiss innovation and research hub Energypolis Campus. […]

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    Novelis to Build New Recycling and Casting Center in South Korea

    Novelis Inc. plans to invest approximately $50 million to build a recycling center at its Ulsan Aluminum joint venture in South Korea. The expansion project will increase capacity to produce rolling ingot, as well as reduce carbon emissions. “This latest capital investment in recycling is another example of our company purpose of ‘Shaping a Sustainable […]

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    Logan Aluminum Plans to Expand Beverage Can Sheet Production

    Logan Aluminum, a joint venture owned by Novelis and Tri-Arrows Aluminum Inc. (a consolidated subsidiary of UACJ Corp.), plans to expand its manufacturing operations in order to increase capacity of flat rolled aluminum in Russellville, Kentucky. The new capacity will primarily be used to serve the beverage can market. In the U.S., aluminum cans are […]

  • 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 […]