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Potential aluminium recycler and dross company put into liquidation /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

Taha Asia Pacific, associated with Tiwai Point aluminium smelter was closed on Tuesday, and put into liquidation. This came a day after the company's recycling contract at the Tiwai Point aluminium smelter expired, revealed industry reports. The company had a five-year contract w ...

Volvo saved 300 tonnes of aluminium through its remanufacturing activities in 2015 /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

The ‘human-centric’ car company Volvo is striving to optimise the life-cycles of its vehicles while protecting the earth’s resources. The company is working towards boosting the amount of recycled materials (non-metallic as well as metallic parts made of steel o ...

Study shows PET, glass, aluminium can recycling available to 92% of US population /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

It has been found in the latest study by Sustainable Packaging Coalition (SPC) that 92 per cent of the U.S. population has access to various recycling programs for non-metallic packaging wastes, followed closely by the same percentage for aluminium beverage cans. For both materia ...

Novelis joins hands with Atlanta Falcons for 'Recycle for Good' campaign /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

Novelis, the world leader in aluminum rolling and recycling is moving one step ahead to support their commitment to recycling and sustainability. They are joining hands with the Atlanta Falcons to launch “Recycle for Good”, a campaign that challenges Falcons fans to r ...

Aluminium posts 'another storming quarter' from April-June, reports latest recycling data /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

Aluminium along with a host of other industrial materials posted a healthy recycling performance in the quarter ended June 2016, revealed provisional data released by the Environment Agency on July 22. The statistics, made available on the National Packaging Database, reflect how ...

JLR aims to use 75% recycled aluminium to make Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles by 2020 /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

JLR is known to be mulling over an ambitious plan to start using 75 per cent recycled aluminium for making Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles from 2020 onward. Currently, less than half of aluminium volume used for making JLR vehicles comes from recycled sources. The shortfall is mai ...

Aluminium can recycling to get a boost from new recycling scheme in Palmerston North, NZ /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

Palmerston North, the main city of the Manawatu-Wanganui region of the North Island of New Zealand, has taken the charge to stop piles of recyclable aluminium beverage cans and bottles from polluting the environment.The city council is pushing a proposal to introduce a national d ...

/images/lock.png Matalco new US plant produces aluminium billets from scrap /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

Canada’s Matalco Inc. has officially opened its new Lordstown, Ohio remelt and casting plant. Official inauguration ceremony was held during the month of June this year. The new secondary aluminium plant will produce aluminium billets from scrap. The full commissioning of t ...

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/images/lock.png Expansion to boost aluminium aerosol can recycling in Germany /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

Germany's largest aerosol can recycler Respray, a division of Remondis, has modernised and expanded its facility at Bramsche. The company claims now to have the capacity to process up to 6500 tonnes of aerosol cans every year. Some 80 000 tonnes of aerosol cans are produced an ...

British father-daughter team upcycles scrap aircraft into elegant outdoor space /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

A British Recycling and restoring company run by father- daughter team of David and Emily Palmer artfully restores a chunk of an aircraft body meant for scrapping. David, who has already been associated with aviation industry through his business of IT recyclin ...