Metallic materials have a historic and enduring importance in our society. They have strengthened the trail of human civilization with load-bearing applications that may be used under the harsh environmental conditions. Metals have the greatest potential for unlimited recycling. The elemental nature of metals means that they can virtually be reused and recycled indefinitely without loss of their properties. The ability to recycle metals offers opportunities to conserve resources, reduce energy usage and minimise waste disposal, all of which represent important contributions to the sustainable development.
Aluminium is the 13th element on the periodic table and a post-transition Green Metal, It is the most abundant element after oxygen and silicon and is naturally found on the planet an dis the second most used metal after iron globally.
- Power lines
- Consumer electronics
- High-rise buildings
- Window frames
- Household and industrial appliances
- Aircraft components
- Spacecraft components
- Personal vehicles
Among the most used green raw material is stainless steel. Stainless steel is a fantastically green material because it is 100 percent recyclable. In fact, more than half of all the stainless steel materials that are in use today have been sourced from scrap materials.
- Rapid transit cars, buses, aircraft, cargo containers
- Cryogenic vessels and components
- Still tubes
- Heat exchangers
- Paper mill equipment
- Oil refining equipment
- Textile industry
- Dyeing equipment
- Burner and emission control components
- Welded storage tanks for organic chemicals