An advanced recycling process that uses lasers to separate aluminum scrap is being called a “potential boon” for automakers and suppliers, promising to bring even more environmentally friendly vehicles to market. The technology was unveiled last week by the U.S. Dept. of Energy and the Auto Aluminum Alliance, an inter-industry partnership between The Aluminum Assn. Inc. and USCAR, at the 21st Annual Automotive Aluminum Design & Fabrication Seminar in Livonia, MI. The Aluminum Assn. ...
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