Once aluminium scrap is collected and sorted, it is placed into a melting furnace and turned into molten aluminum, which can be cast into new ingots or billets. Depending on customer requirements, alloying elements may be added to produce the desired product specifications.

Aluminium can be recycled endlessly without losing its original properties, making it a key contributor to a more resource-efficient society. Furthermore, recycling aluminium only requires about 5% of the energy used to produce primary aluminium, providing huge CO2-saving benefits.


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