Latest aluminium targets highlighted by CAB
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Latest aluminium targets
CAB has made a significant contribution to the first annual report of the Windows Sustainability Partnership (WSP).
It has helped by communicating the latest global aluminium objectives and targets while also highlighting the progress of its own current and planned UK projects.
The Report captured evidence of the impacts on each product type, including aluminium, across their lifecycle.
The International Aluminium Institute (IAI) established a number of global sustainability objectives on which the Action Plan highlights progress.
Between 1990 and 2010, the aluminium sector achieved its 10% target reduction in smelter electrical energy per tonne of aluminium.
For the period between 2006 and 2020, there was a target reduction in energy use per tonne of alumina of 10%.
A 9% reduction was achieved between 2006 and 2010.
CAB highlight the ’Specification Journey’ at the final Regional Members’ Meeting of 2012 at the Coventry Transport Museum.
The CAB has made the decision to create a full-time Technical Director role in preparation for future challenges on UK and European technical legislation.
The generic environmental profiles of aluminium and the results for 281 Elements have been updated in the BRE Green Guide to Specification, reports CAB.
CAB has presented the annual CAB Tectonics Prize to University of Nottingham student, Andrew Tindale.
CAB (Council for Aluminium in Building) President, Mo Panam, has made a presentation at the recent CAB AGM and Dinner, held at De Vere Belton Woods Hotel in Grantham.