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  • BMW extends aluminum recycling process at Dingolfing plant

    2020-02-14 13:32:47   【Print】
    On February 13, BMW announced that it implemented a new system of separating aluminum sheet waste and recycling it at its Dingolfing plant.Asian Metal Copyright In this process, BMW is working with the world's leading recycling specialist, Novelis.Asian Metal Copyright This new project aims at reducing the waste produced in the manufacturing process and will enable savings of around 120,000 tons of CO2 per year solely through the recycling process.

    The implementation of the new system in the Dingolfing press shop had a total cost of €6.5 million.Asian Metal CopyrightOn February 13, BMW announced that it implemented a new system of separating aluminum sheet waste and recycling it at its Dingolfing plant.Asian Metal Copyright The usage of secondary aluminum is estimated to drop up to 95% of the greenhouse gas emissions compared to using aluminum sourced from new, raw materials.Asian Metal Copyright The implementation of the new system in the Dingolfing press shop had a total cost of €6.Asian Metal Copyright In this process, BMW is working with the world's leading recycling specialist, Novelis.

    The same system will be implemented in all of the 31 plants BMW has around the world and the Landshut location will be the first to follow after Dingolfing.

    .Asian Metal CopyrightOn February 13, BMW announced that it implemented a new system of separating aluminum sheet waste and recycling it at its Dingolfing plant.Asian Metal Copyright
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