The European aluminium industry continues to decrease its environmental footprint across the value chain. Download the Executive Summary and request the full version of the Environmental Profile Report here.
The Environmental Profile Report 2018 covers the environmental impact of the entire aluminium value chain in Europe and provides Life-Cycle Inventory (LCI) datasets for the key process steps essential for calculating the environmental impact of products using aluminium.
The European aluminium industry continues to greatly improve its environmental performance by substantially reducing its carbon intensity across the entire aluminium value chain. This is the main outcome of its new Environmental Profile Report, released today by European Aluminium.
European Aluminium reconfirms its belief that the root cause of the main challenges faced by the aluminium industry is global excess capacity, in particular in China.
As women’s cycling continues to gain momentum, recycling programme ‘Every Can Counts’ has furthered its investment into the UK based Trek-Drops professional women’s cycling team for the duration of the 2018 season.
European Aluminium, the voice of the entire aluminium value chain, welcomed two new members this month after adding five new members to its ranks in 2017. In total, the Brussels-based industry association now represents over 85 companies and associations covering more than 600 plants across 30 European countries.
Cecilia Malmström, EU Commissioner for Trade, Hiroshige Seko, Japan’s Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry and Ambassador, Robert E. Lighthizer, U.S. Trade Representative, agreed to strengthen trilateral cooperation in the WTO and other forums in order to battle unfair trade.
The event provides concise insight on supply, demand, price, premiums, sustainability and costs for the benefit of a highly-influential audience from the global aluminium industry.
The Future Aluminium Forum is a live discussion that will examine how Industry 4.0 and "smart manufacturing" will revolutionise aluminium manufacturing and processing and analyse the benefits that can be gained from doing so.
Metals in the Future 2018 is a new conference exploring the long-term impact of green technology on metals supply and demand. The conference examines a broad spectrum of materials, including steel, aluminium, base metals, minor metals and ferroalloys.