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/images/lock.png Matalco opens new secondary aluminium plant in Lordstown, Ohio /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

Matalco, a sister company to the recycling firm Triple M Metals, headquartered in Brampton, Ontario, held the grand opening ceremony at its new secondary aluminium plant in Lordstown, Ohio. The company has been in a start-up mode since this past March, and has been producing ...

/images/lock.png Recycling of solar panels consisting aluminium is a multi-billion dollar money-spinner, IRENA /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

More than 23 million solar panels are installed in Australia and 222 gigawatts+ of PV modules are in place globally. This will present a significant business opportunity in recycling says the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA). By weight, a solar panel mainly consi ...

/images/lock.png Reverse vending machines to be installed to encourage aluminium can recycling in Wyndham /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

Reverse vending machines will be installed across the municipality to help people go green, Wyndham Council, in Victoria, Australia says. The council said it will be first council to install the machines. The unusual approach will let Wyndham residents deposit plastic bottles ...

/images/lock.png MetalMatters to showcase infinite recyclability of aluminium in Luton /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

In a bid to reduce the amount of metal packaging sent to landfill, MetalMatters campaign supported by Rexam targets 79,355 households. It includes a series of leaflets, online advertising, social media posts and posters have been developed carrying the ‘make your metals matter’ m ...

/images/lock.png Upstate Shredding – Weitsman Recycling receives Platts Global Metal Award /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

Scrap metal processing company Upstate Shredding – Weitsman Recycling, based in Owego, New York, has been recognized by Platts, a leading independent provider of information and benchmark prices for the commodities and energy markets. The company received the Industry Leadersh ...

/images/lock.png Luton Council in the UK urges residents to recycle more aluminium foils and cans /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

Luton Borough Council in the UK is encouraging residents to recycle more of the estimated 94 million aluminium cans, aerosols, aluminium foil trays and wrapping foil used in Luton every year. The ‘Make your Metals Matter’ campaign, jointly funded by MetalMatters, an industry p ...

/images/lock.png Indian Railways installs aluminium can/bottle recycling machine at a Mumbai station /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

Indian Railways is finally going green. Giving a major boost to PM Narendra Modi’s ‘Swachh Bharat’ scheme, Indian Railways has put up a ‘Swachh Bharat Recycle Machine’, which is a bottle/aluminium can recycling machine at the Churchgate railway station in Mumbai. With this initia ...

/images/lock.png Scrap metal recycler MetalX adds aluminium executive /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

MetalX LLC, Waterloo, Indiana, has announced that auto and aluminium industry veteran Kevin Moore has joined the company, effective immediately. As a senior marketing executive, Moore will be focused on managing aluminium trading activities for scrap and refined products, hedging ...

/images/lock.png Aluminum can maintains position as most sustainable beverage container /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

A new report released today by the Aluminum Association and the Can Manufacturers Institute finds that aluminum beverage cans remain the best choice for environmentally-minded consumers. According to the new report -- “The Aluminum Can Advantage: Key Sustainability Performance ...

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/images/lock.png Environmental artists exhibit remarkable creativity with recycled material /Images/icons/OpenNewWindowIcon.gif

The current “Own Your Rubbish” art exhibition at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe in the capital attests to the astonishing work evolving from degenerated objects. A number of artifacts were displayed using remelted aluminium scrap. An exquisite “Symbolic Installation Walkway ...