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The Amorebieta plant removes 22 kilos of garbage from nature in Libera’s ‘1m2 against garbage’ campaign

Eleven volunteers -including employees of the Basque plant and their families- represented Aludium by creating a rubbish collection point on mount Urkiola for the national campaign '1m2 against rubbish', which aims to eliminate abandoned waste from natural spaces in Spain. More than 11,000 volunteers combed almost 700 points throughout Spain ...
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The Human Resources department of Amorebieta represents Aludium in the Bilbao Business Race 2022

June 9, 2022. The Human Resources department of Aludium's Amorebieta plant accepted the challenge of participating on behalf of the company in the Bilbao Business Race 2022. The challenge of this sports competition, which has become an event sporting event in Bizkaia, was that each team - made up of ...
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The Castelsarrasin plant advances in its commitment to preserve biodiversity with the installation of 32 hives on its land

June 6, 2022. Aludium's Castelsarrasin plant, located in France, continues to advance with its commitment to caring for the environment, increasing its actions to preserve biodiversity while collaborating with its stakeholders. Protecting local biodiversity, making sustainable use of natural capital and forging alliances with our stakeholders to move faster towards ...
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Two Aludium employees present the circular process for manufacturing aluminum at their children’s school in Alicante

Aluminum is present in numerous objects and structures that we see and use in our daily lives. Learn about the exciting production process of how an aluminum coil is created that we see on the facade of a building, as an ornament inside a car or that finally arrives at ...
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Aludium makes its employees aware of smoking destoxification on World No Tobacco Day

May 31, 2022. Smoking is the leading preventable cause of death and is the main preventable risk factor for the development of 33% of tumors and 22% of deaths from cancer, according to data from the World Health Organization (WHO). "Tobacco kills half of its users, is responsible for more ...
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