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/images/lock.png LME representative among BIR Nonferrous speakers /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

The Bureau of International Recycling (BIR) Non-Ferrous Metals Division has announced three guest speakers who will address “the main parameters that are currently determining the market dynamics for nonferrous metal scrap” at the BIR’s World Recycling Convention in Berlin on May ...

/images/lock.png Irish schools full of bright ideas in tea light recycling competition organized by Alupro /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

A campaign launched late last year to encourage children in the greater Dublin to seek out used tea lights for recycling and to let their creativity shine with a recycling-themed colouring competition was a huge success, according to organisers Alupro Ireland. The competition, wh ...

European Aluminium Foil Association Press Release
/images/lock.png NSW 'cash for cans' recycling scheme likely to dent soft beverage sales by 10% /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

A New South Wales government plan to reduce litter volume by imposing a small deposit on drinks could dent sales of soft drinks, fruit juice and bottled water by almost 10 per cent, observed market watchers. Under the container deposit scheme, which comes into effect in July ...

/images/lock.png Ford recycles 20 million pounds of aluminium a month /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

Ford recycles as much as 20 million pounds of aluminium stamping scrap per month using the closed-loop system at Dearborn Truck Plant which builds F-150. That is the equivalent of more than 30,000 F-150 bodies in the largest configuration – a SuperCrew body including doors, ...

/images/lock.png Hydro starts new recycling line: 'Best place for used beverage cans' /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

The aluminium company Hydro commissioned a EUR 45 million facility today aiming to recycle up to 50,000 tonnes of used beverage cans per year at its Neuss plant in Germany. The facility is located in the heart of a growing can market, as Europeans now are using more than 30 billi ...

Hydro Press Release
/images/lock.png Ford recycling creates 30,000 F-150 bodies worth of aluminium every month /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

A recent publication on the consumption of aluminium by auto industry showed that Ford produces about 20 million pounds (9 million kg) of aluminium stamping scrap per month, which is recycled as a part of the company's closed loop recycling system and goes on to provide parts for ...

/images/lock.png JLR-Novelis co-developed high-strength aluminium alloy helps Jaguar reach recycling milestone /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

As the Jaguar XE celebrates its first full-year of sales, ‘REALCAR’, the pioneering recycled aluminium project that contributes to the awarding winning saloon’s aluminium-intensive body has reached a significant milestone. Jaguar Land Rover has reclaimed over 50,000 tonnes of ...

JLR Press Release
/images/lock.png Unique aluminium can recycling unit set up at AfrikaBurn festival in the Karoo, SA /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

AfrikaBurn festival 2016, which kicked off yesterday in Northern Cape Province of South Africa, is going to set new standards of excellence in terms of environmental sustainability. The organizers of the event this year have come up with a unique initiative which will see visitor ...

/images/lock.png Ford recycles enough aluminium to build 30,000 F-150 bodies every month /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

Ford Motor Co says the toughest, smartest, most capable and safest F-150 ever is also the greenest F-150 – thanks to advanced materials like high-strength, military-grade aluminium alloy and EcoBoost engine technology. The American carmaker recycles as much as 20 million poun ...

/images/lock.png Gravita India starts aluminium recycling at Jaipur plant /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

Shares of Gravita India rose 4.3 per cent intraday Monday as it has started commercial production of aluminium alloys. The company has made an entry into aluminium recycling at its new recycling plant at Phagi, Jaipur with an initial capacity of 6000 MTPA of aluminium alloy p ...