News - 15 Apr 2008
Wonder why that can of Pepsi you're holding feels so familiar? It could be because it's been in your hand before.
With at least 40% of the average aluminum can made from recycled material,...
News - 1 Apr 2008
Earth Day is a time to
celebrate gains we have made in our environment and create new visions to
accelerate environmental progress. It's a time to unite around new actions
we can take to...
News - 8 Mar 2008
Alcoa announced today that it has launched a new corporate recycling website detailing how aluminum recycling is part of the clean air solution.
The website, www.alcoa.com/recycling, explains why...
News - 5 Mar 2008
Aluminum is part of the solution to improve the sustainability of the transport industry. That was the key message given by Randall Scheps, Alcoa's director of Ground Transportation, to attendees...
News - 28 Feb 2008
With the 2008 presidential campaign heating up, national nonprofit Keep America Beautiful(R) (KAB) is embarking on a campaign of its own as part of the national Great American Cleanup(TM), the...
News - 19 Feb 2008
Purdue 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 power...
News - 17 Feb 2008
The Coca-Cola Company today announced a long term target to recycle or reuse 100 percent of the aluminum beverage cans it sells in the U.S. This new objective builds on the Company's previously...
News - 14 Feb 2008
Pacific Gas and Electric Company and Your TV20 today were recognized by the California Integrated Waste Management Board (CIWMB) with 2007 Waste Reduction Awards Program (WRAP) honors for...
News - 11 Feb 2008
From medicine to make-up, plastics to paper - hardly a day goes by when we don't use titanium dioxide.
Now researchers at the University of Leeds have developed a simpler, cheaper and greener...
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.