The EU Parliament has confirmed the political will to go for higher targets to limit CO2 emissions from cars and vans by 2025 and 2030. Unfortunately though the Parliament did not have the courage to make lightweighting more relevant by deleting the mass-based utility parameter.
Policy options for the revision of regulation 2009/443.
The British Drops Cycling Team will wave the flag of Every Can Counts at De Ronde Van Vlaanderen, the famous Belgian cycling race taking place on 1-2 April.
Reporting on the European aluminium industry’s performance.
Joint letter calling G20 leaders to recognise the excess global capacity of aluminium and the non-state policies that drive this challenge.
European Aluminium's comments following plenary vote in favour of the Circular Economy Package.
The conference will take place on the 3-5 May 2017, in London and will address sustainability in the aluminium sector, focusing on how environmental and economic strategies interact and the business opportunities created.
Europe’s leading conference for automotive lightweight materials will take place from the 25 April to 27 April in Birmingham, UK. Expert insight will be provided by 30+ OEM with presentations including Daimler, Jaguar Land Rover, Aston Martin, Bentley and many more.
On 24 February, European Aluminium was awarded Best Association Website at the 2017 European Association Awards in Brussels.
European Aluminium invites you to our upcoming event, Driving mobility to a low carbon future, on Thursday 27 April at 8:30-15:00 in Autoworld (Brussels).
Ambitious yet realistic targets for all packaging materials are essential to building a truly circular economy in Europe, writes Maarten Labberton.
European Aluminium is one of 125 signatories representing a diverse range of sectors from the European manufacturing industry.
On 7 and 8 February 2017, over 150 delegates came to Manchester to participate in the 14th International Aluminium Recycling Congress.
Towards ambitious but realistic aluminium packaging recycling targets in 2025.