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.
Assessing the Informal Diversion of Aluminium Beverage Cans in Selected Eastern European Cities by the BOKU University in Vienna
Extra investment needed to bring more cans into EU’s official recycling loop, study finds.
Blog post by Patrik Ragnarsson
Guy Thiran & Gerd Götz in Parliament Magazine's Opinion Plus
The full report is available to members of European Aluminium’s Automotive and Transport Market Group. For more information please contact Patrik Ragnarsson at email@example.com
Maarten Labberton in Parliament Magazine's Opinion Plus
The European Commission is considering a deal for the steel sector in exchange for granting China Market Economy Status (MES). This approach ignores the enormous Chinese overcapacities in industries like aluminium and creates unfair
distortions on the EU market.
Today Kjetil Ebbesberg, Hydro, will take on the position of Chairman of European Aluminium until the next General Assembly, replacing Pierre Vareille.