Aluminium UBC

Aluminium (or aluminium) is a silvery grey, soft, non-magnetic ductile metal. It is the 3rd most abundant element on earth and a key metal that makes up the earth’s crust.

The ability for aluminium to be light and to resist rust corrosion has seen it used in a large volume of household goods and products, as well as extensively used in the Aerospace industry.

Mining for aluminium ore is a very expensive process that uses lots of electricity and affects local wildlife and ecosystems. Demand worldwide continues to increase creating a significant demand for the metal, while global warming concerns and other barriers create challenges in mass mining of the metal.

The primary activities are trading and recycling of all grades of ferrous and non-ferrous metals, industrial scraps and electronic scraps and specialized in copper products.

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