Aluminum is the first word that comes to mind when talking about recycling. Recyclability is one of aluminum’s prime attributes for it strengthens this industry’s aptitude for being economically, socially and environmentally sustainable. Aluminum can be recycled again and again, without losing its characteristics in the reuse process, unlike other materials.

Aluminum can be recycled either from scrap generated by life-ended products or by surplus from the production process. Household utensils, beverage cans, window frames, automotive components, among others, can be melted and used again in the manufacturing of new products.

See also
Recycling in Brazil
Champion Cans