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Global Impact: Lightweight Aluminum in Automotive Applications Expands to Asia [VIDEO]

The trend toward greater use of lightweight aluminum in automotive applications is accelerating and entering new markets at a faster rate than ever before in history.

In this one-on-one interview, Managing Director for Novelis China, James Liu, shares the impact of Novelis’ recent market expansion to China – what it means for the Chinese market, for Novelis and for the world.

 

Circular economy draws nearer with Europe’s step-change in recycling

The following article was originally posted on the Forum for the Future website and is the second in a mini-series of guest blog posts by industry experts focused around recycling and the circular economy. You can also read the first in the series by John Gardner, Vice President and Chief Sustainability Officer at Novelis here.

Inside the world's largest aluminum recycling plant

Inside the world’s largest aluminum recycling plant

I’ve worked in the recycling sector for a long time, but I still get excited at the prospect of donning a high-visibility jacket for a recycling plant site visit.  Site visits do so much to really bring home the power and potential of the recycling industry, and none more so than my recent visit to the new Novelis aluminium recycling plant in Nachterstedt, Germany.

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Sustainability – It’s more than a job

This week marks the kick-off of Novelis’ annual global volunteer month. In addition to volunteering their time and expertise in local communities year round, Novelis employees unite globally each October to drive impact locally  in the core areas of recycling/sustainability, safety and math and science education.

The Novelis Küsnacht office in Zurich was the first of 33 sites to kick off the month of service. Passionate about sustainability not only in their work but also their free time, Küsnacht employees decided to partner with the Gemeinde Küsnacht and Quadra Gmbh, a nonprofit organization committed to maintaining intact natural environments in Switzerland.

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Circular Economy Requires Size and Scale – How will we get there?

The following article was originally posted on the Forum for the Future website and is the first in a mini-series of guest blog posts by industry experts focused around recycling and the circular economy. You can read others in the series by Ray GeorgesonAlis Sindbjerg and Phillip Ward .

Graphic recording by Scriberia documented key concepts formulated during a workshop led by Forum for the Future with key opinion formers at Novelis' new Nachterstedt Recycling Center.

Graphic recording by Scriberia documented key concepts formulated during a workshop led by Forum for the Future with key opinion formers at Novelis’ new Nachterstedt Recycling Center.

The world’s largest aluminum recycling center can recycle 400,000 tons of aluminum scrap annually, returning record-breaking amounts of used material back into the circular economy. But while the scale of the Nachterstedt Recycling Center is impressive and exciting, it comes with challenges Read more »