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  • Recycling Aluminium

    Aluminium is the third most abundant element in the earth's crust. Approximately two-thirds of aluminium ever produced is still in use today as it can be recycled endlessly without compromising any of its unique properties or quality.

    Aluminiumís lifecycle provides significant benefits through recycling, saving 95% of the energy it would take to make new aluminium metal.

    Recycling aluminium has five steps: collecting scrap; sorting scrap; crushing; remelting; and casting.

    Aluminium is infinitely recyclable without any loss of its unique properties.