The Aluminum Association Signs MOU with the Aluminium Association of India

HYDERABAD, India, December 8, 2011 (News Release) - The Aluminum Association today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Aluminium Association of India.

Aluminum Association Applauds Passage of Senate Resolution 251

ARLINGTON, Va.,The Aluminum Association today applauded the U.S. Senate for its passage, by unanimous consent, of Senate Resolution 251, "a resolution expressing support for improvement in the collection, processing, and consumption of recyclable materials throughout the United States."

The Aluminum Association Supports America Recycles Day and Offers Challenge

Recycle Every Aluminum Can You See and Use Tomorrow and Every Day
ARLINGTON, Va., The Aluminum Association supports America Recycles Day, tomorrow, November 15th and reminds everyone to recycle all the aluminum they use in their everyday lives.

Aluminum is infinitely recyclable meaning it can be eternally recycled with no loss in quality.  Aluminum’s recyclability and durability mean that 75% of all aluminum ever produced is still in use today. 

Aginzo Consulting Group Joins the Aluminum Association

ARLINGTON, Va., The Aluminum Association is pleased to announce the addition of our newest member, Aginzo Consulting Group.  Aginzo will join the Association as an Associate member; Associate members are firms providing direct services to companies involved in the production or recycling of aluminum.

Constellium Joins the Aluminum Association

ARLINGTON, Va., The Aluminum Association is pleased to announce the addition of our newest member, Constellium, to the Association’s ever-growing efforts to best represent the aluminum industry and its suppliers as the most sustainable and recyclable material option for key sectors of the American and global economy.

Aluminum Association Announces New Chairman, Vice-Chairman and Board Members

ROSEMONT, IL./ARLINGTON, VA., The Aluminum Association announced new Board leadership and changes to the Board of Directors today.

Aluminum Association Announces Heidi Biggs Brock as New President

ARLINGTON, Va., The Aluminum Association is pleased to announce that Heidi Biggs Brock has been named its new president, effective October 1, 2011. Ms. Brock will succeed Steve Larkin, who has served as the Association's president since 1998, and earlier this year announced his plan to retire at the end of 2011. 

New EPA/NHTSA Heavy Truck Regs Tout Aluminum as the #1 Material to Boost Fuel Economy and Cut Emissions

WASHINGTON, D.C., New commercial vehicle fuel economy regulations announced by the Obama Administration and embraced by truck and engine manufacturers, as well as by environmental groups, show aluminum above all other materials as having the greatest potential to  safely reduce vehicle weight to boost fuel economy and cut emissions.

Aluminum Association Applauds New York Law to Encourage Sale of Aluminum Bottles

ARLINGTON, VA., The Aluminum Association today applauded the New York State Legislature on its passage of a bill that will permit the sale of aluminum bottles in the state.

The bill, just signed by Governor Andrew Cuomo, reverses a little-known provision contained in the state's 1982 Bottle Bill that prohibits the sale of metal beverage containers that have detachable caps. Designed to discourage the sale of cans that used detachable pulltabs, the law also technically prohibited the sale of aluminum bottles with crown caps or screw caps.

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