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Under Construction: World’s Largest Aluminum Recycling Center

In November 2012, we announced the groundbreaking of the world’s largest aluminum recycling and casting center in Nachterstedt, Germany. This $250 million investment is a core step in our commitment to dramatically increase the recycled content in the aluminum sheet we produce. The construction project reached a milestone yesterday, when the first pillar of the building was […]

Insights from the Novelis Sustainability Council: Part 3

Sustainability heavyweight, Stuart Hart, was kind enough to talk with us about the intersection of corporate strategy and sustainability in the third of a three part series featuring members of the Novelis Sustainability Advisory Council. Stuart is the S.C. Johnson Chair in Sustainable Global Enterprise for Cornell University and President, Enterprise for a Sustainable World. […]

Insights from the Novelis Sustainability Council: Part 2

In our second of a three part interview series with members of the Novelis Sustainability Council, Matt Arnold, Head of Environmental Affairs for JPMorgan Chase, shared valuable commentary on how we— and any company— can take sustainability to the next level. A few of Matt’s remarks: • “What you guys are trying to do is […]

Insights from the Novelis Sustainability Council: Part 1

Today we are featuring one of a three part series of interviews with members of the Novelis Sustainability Advisory Council. The council, comprising well-respected experts in sustainability, offers our company a wealth of knowledge and experience on our business strategy. We sat down with Jeffrey Keefer, Former Executive Vice President with DuPont, and asked him […]

Walking the Talk: Sustainability

It’s popular to say you represent a green company these days. As a consumer, who doesn’t want to know that the purchases you make are not only serving a need but are also good for the environment? But, talk is cheap. That’s why Novelis has issued our second sustainability report to outline—transparently—our actions and progress against […]