Founded in 1991, the Aluminium Association of Canada (AAC) is a non-profit organization representing the Canadian primary aluminium industry towards the population, end-users, public authorities, and key environmental and economic stakeholders. The AAC strives to ensure that the Canadian primary aluminium industry is considered a world-class model of sustainable prosperity.

Sustainable development of the aluminium industry rests on five fundamental elements: the economy, the environment, social and community aspect, energy, and recycling.

Aluminium

A unique metal

Sustainable development of the aluminium industry rests on five fundamental elements: the economy, the environment, social and community aspect, energy, and recycling.

Aluminium

A unique metal

Agenda

TRAINING

from March 30 2017 to March 31 2017

T194R6-QC - Conception de produits en aluminium - 30-31 mars 2017 (en collaboration avec le RéseauIQ)
Hôtel Clarion Québec : 3125, boulevard Hochelaga, Sainte-Foy (Québec) G1W 2P9

Conference

from May 15 2017 to May 17 2017

ALUMINIUM MIDDLE EAST 2017
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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Aluminium has excellent electrical conductivity

Because it is committed to its mission of deploying initiatives that promote the establishment of a world-class model for sustainable prosperity of the primary aluminium industry, the AAC is part of the following organizations:

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The Aluminium Association of Canada (AAC) was founded to group Canada’s three aluminium producers—Alcoa, Aluminerie Alouette, and Rio Tinto—into a single representative body. This section provides information on the AAC, its mission, leaders, and members.

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Aluminium

Discover the rich history of aluminium, its characteristics, production processes, and diverse usage in various fields, as well as how this unique material shapes our lives.

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