recycled aluminium

Indian Professor Develops New Process For Small-Scale Production Of Aluminium Ingot Using Recycled Scrap

Indian Professor Develops New Process For Small-Scale Production Of Aluminium Ingot Using Recycled Scrap

A researcher in India has developed a method for recycling scrap aluminium that allows small plants to produce graded-quality aluminium ingots with enhanced metallurgical and mechanical properties. Though details are sparse, the method, which was developed in a project entitled “Technology System...

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Secondary Aluminium Market Stakeholders Form Advocacy Group Aluminum Recyclers Council

A new aluminium trade group announced its arrival upon the industry’s landscape yesterday. Representing recycled aluminium alloy manufacturers in the United States, the Aluminum Recyclers Council was formed last month in an effort at unifying the voice of a growing aluminium segment that finds itself in the midst of dramatic change. Luke Palen, President of […]

British Firm Axion Joins Groundbreaking Jaguar Land Rover Aluminium Recycling Project

British resource recovery firm Axion Recycling Ltd. revealed earlier this week that it has signed on with Jaguar Land Rover’s REcycled ALuminium Through Innovative TechnologY (REALITY) project. The project is a £2-million (US$2.85 million) outgrowth of Jaguar Land Rover’s REALCAR (REcycled ALuminium CAR) projects. Jaguar Land Rover’s REALCAR project was launched a decade ago and […]

Norsk Hydro Debuts Two New Low-Carbon Aluminium Products

In an effort at capturing a segment of the sustainable aluminium market, Norwegian aluminium firm Norsk Hydro A.S.A. introduced two new low-carbon aluminium products yesterday. The products, which are to be independently certified by DNV GL are Hydro 4.0, an aluminium product derived from plants powered by renewable hydropower and with a maximum content of […]

Jaguar Land Rover Takes Next Step in Aluminium Recycling with REALITY Program

British multinational car company Jaguar Land Rover Limited announced a new project for reusing recycled aluminium in new car production earlier this week. The program, known as REALITY, is the next step in JLR’s ongoing strategy of harvesting aluminium from end-of-life cars and reintegrating it in new vehicles. The £2-million (US$2.62 million) project builds upon […]