Aluminium is a sustainable metal that can be recycled infinitely. Its recycling saves 95% of the energy required to produce it from raw materials. It is a metal that plays an important role in human ecology.
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According to reports, aluminium is found in the form of different minerals in the earth’s crust which is around 8%. Because of this, aluminium has limited availability in its raw forms.
Recycling of Aluminium – an eco-friendly process undertaken by Eurobond
Eurobond is known for its revolutionary products for the construction industry. To reduce its carbon footprint, it keeps undertaking various sustainable measures. Aluminium recycling is yet another eco-friendly process undertaken by Eurobond. Recycling of Aluminium involves simply re-melting scrap aluminium, which is a less energy-consuming and cost-effective method than manufacturing a new one. In the process of recycling, the scraps are used instead of the raw aluminium, which helps in maintaining the depleting level of aluminium in its natural form.
Today, nearly 75% of the aluminium ever produced is still used. Since aluminium is 100% recyclable and retains its properties for an indefinite period, Eurobond is using this metal as an efficient and economical alternative to manufacturing new aluminium.
Recycling of Aluminium – An efficient and cost-effective substitute for Eurobond
The process of producing new aluminium is relatively costlier than the recycling of aluminium. The cost of collection, separation, and recycling is an economical alternative. The recycling of aluminium also contributes to national savings in the long run. The capital cost involved in landfills, mines, and international shipping of raw aluminium does not incur in the recycling process.
Eurobond understands that recycling of aluminium and using of recycled aluminium for the production of different products is the needs of the hour. Therefore, the ACPs manufactured by Eurobond are made from recycled aluminium.
Aluminium’s key features that make it a highly valuable building material
Because of its lower atomic weight, aluminium has a low density in comparison to other metals, making it an ideal material for the construction industry.
Aluminium Alloys are incredibly strong and durable. They are used in a vast number of applications requiring high-strength and durability.
In most environments, the corrosion resistance of this metal is excellent. Aluminium Alloys are incredibly resistant to all kinds of weather conditions and are thus used in the majority of exterior applications.
This metal can be recycled incessantly. Melt it, reform it, re-melt it, but it never loses its quality, and the process can be continuous. By recycling 1 tonne of aluminium, 9 tonnes of CO2 emissions can be saved, and the process of recycling is quick.
As per British Standard BS 476, this sustainable metal has been described as non-combustible. After prolonged exposure to fire, the metal will start melting, not burning, once it reaches its melting point.
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