Alcoa is the world's leading producer and manager of primary aluminum, fabricated aluminum and alumina facilities, and is active in all major aspects of the industry. Alcoa serves the aerospace,...
ECONOFROST woven aluminum night covers are a simple, affordable way to save energy, and decrease the load on older refrigeration equipment.
ECONOFROST aluminum night covers have been tested by...
Today's primary global energy challenge is to reduce our dependence on depleting - and polluting - fossil fuels. While hydrogen gas and fuel offer an optimal solution, the most critical hurdles are...
EXELTECH was founded in 1990, based on the philosophy that efficiencies in the manufacturing process through product design, coordinated with facility layout, was paramount to productivity and the key...
Article - 22 Oct 2008
The process of smelting aluminium is expensive, energy intensive and can be environmentally damaging. Recycling aluminium into new aluminium metal is far less energy intensive and not as damamging to...
News - 19 Feb 2008
University engineers have developed a new aluminum-rich alloy
that produces hydrogen by splitting water and is economically
competitive with conventional fuels for transportation and...
News - 24 Nov 2011
Novelis, a manufacturer of aluminum rolled products and aluminum can recycling, has commissioned its expanded recycling plant at Aluminum Norf (Alunorf) located in Neuss.
Hannelore Kraft, North...
News - 30 Aug 2012
Aluminum cans have retained their status as the most recycled containers among containers for beverages. The Aluminum Association, the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) and the Can...
News - 24 Jun 2012
As Tesla launches its new Model S sedan today, the Aluminum Association's
Aluminum Transportation Group (ATG) applauds its intensive use of
aluminum to help the all-electric vehicle save weight,...
News - 31 Jan 2008
Alcoa announced today
that it has established a goal to raise the industry’s used beverage can
(UBC) recycling rate in North America from its current 52% rate to 75% by 2015.