Jaguar Land Rover Expanding Its Use Of Recycled Aluminum In Car Bodies
Original story at CleanTechnica• 4 mentions • 2 weeks ago
CleanTechnica 2 weeks ago
September 12th, 2017 by James AyreIn a bid to reduce waste and associated greenhouse gas emissions, Jaguar Land Rover Automotive is now working to expand its use of recycled aluminum in car bodies — as part of a £2 million project dubbed “REALITY” — according to recent reports. The 3-year project is intended to result in a closed-loop aluminum recycling program — one that will see the aluminum from end-of-life vehicles used directly in the manufacture of “high-performance product forms for new vehicle bodies.” Green Car Congress provides more: “REALITY builds on the REALCAR project allowing tens of thousands of ...