Aluminum Industry in Action
Aluminum Carbon Footprint Cut in Half Over 30 Years
A brand-new, third-party critical-reviewed life cycle assessment (LCA) report found that since 1991, the carbon footprint of primary aluminum production declined by 49% while the footprint of recycled aluminum production dropped by 60%.
A new life cycle assessment report shows that over the past three decades, greenhouse gas emissions from U.S. aluminum can production has dropped nearly half.
Latest News & Information
U.S. Aluminum Industry Meets Growing Demand While Decreasing Impact
The U.S. Aluminum Industry Sector Snapshot report shows positive environmental impact trendlines for the U.S. aluminum industry on virtually every measure since the 1990s. Notably, aluminum producers have accomplished this during a period when demand for the metal has grown by more than 25 percent domestically.
Brief Highlights Need for Increased International Cooperation; Investment to Grow Recycling
Industry on Pace to Approach Record Demand Levels Driven by Packaging, Other Segments
U.S. Should Ramp Up Efforts to Combat State-Owned Aluminum Production in China
Trade Enforcement Working Group Identifies Possible Circumvention of Common Alloy Sheet
Vital business intelligence on the industry for the industry
The Aluminum Association’s more than two-dozen different statistical reports cover every segment of the aluminum market, from orders to shipments to capacity. Our decades of experience and relationships allows us to survey aluminum companies directly to access near real-time information on shipments, mill orders and other market trends. And now these reports are available as interactive, presentation-ready charts and graphs you can manipulate directly through the system. This is data and information you can’t find anywhere else in a newly accessible and convenient format.