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The Australian Aluminium Council is the peak body representing the aluminium industry in Australia.
The Council's members include companies operating in bauxite mining, alumina refining, aluminium metal production, semi-fabricated aluminium production and distribution.
The Council is working on updating the format for our Sustainability Reports.
Data for 2013 and 2014 will likely be presented in an online format - watch this space.
Click on the image below to download a PDF copy of the latest report.
Australian Aluminium Industry Interactive Flowchart
The AAC has developed this flowchart to provide users with an opportunity to learn and discover detailed information about the Australian aluminium industry and processes of aluminium production in a visual and interactive way.
The Aluminium Story
This series of websites was created by the International Aluminium Institute in cooperation with national and regional aluminium associations around the world.
These websites hold a wealth of information on their respective topics and are recommended to those who seek credible and accurate data; information on processes and benefits; and facts about the aluminium industry and products.
Click on each of the buttons to go straight to the websites.
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Global Aluminium Industry
Rio Tinto Alcan has completed the expansion of its Yarwun 2 alumina refinery in Gladstone, QLD. Click here to watch the YouTube video, which includes footage of Yarwun, Weipa, RTM vessel, and the Yarwun 2 opening event.
Video: Ford's aluminium alloy truck bed vs. traditional steel - "the 2015 Ford F-150 takes on top athletes pummeling it with projectiles"
Ford Motor Company's US Ford F-150 aluminium alloy truck bed shows up the more traditional steel truck bed after coming out cleaner when hit with hockey pucks, golf balls, shotputs and more.
Video: Apple's "Making the all-new Mac Pro"
Apple is well-known for using aluminium. Aluminium is a strong, smooth and relatively lightweight metal. It is efficient in conducting heat into the surrounding environment, keeping internal electronics cool, and is soft enough to allow precision fitting during the manufacturing process.