• Stakeholder Engagement

 

Our company cannot expect to grow and to prosper without the support of the communities associated with our facilities.

 

Over the years, we have built meaningful relationships with the main stakeholders in the economic, environmental, educational and agricultural sectors, as well as the various levels of government in the communities where we operate. Initial engagement with local stakeholders developed organically, and this process was formalized in the last decade with the Alcoa Community Framework, which established a consistent level of community citizenship for each of our operating locations. A community assessment of each facility is conducted annually in a process of continuous improvement.

 

Learn more about the committees established over the years and those our plants have joined in their region.

Sustainability Advisory Committee


Community Advisory Committees


Information Exchange Committee


Community Advisory Committe – BIP


UPA Discussion Group
 


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