Warrick Operations is one of the largest aluminum smelting and fabricating facilities in the world. Alcoa's Primary Metals and Rigid Packaging divisions are located here, where aluminum sheet for beverage and food can ends and tabs are made along with other flat-rolled aluminum products, including metal used to make lithographic printing plates. The facility has more than 9,000 acres overall and there are enough building at the site to cover 120 acres.
At Alcoa Warrick Operations, we’re proud of the work we do to sustain our business, protect the environment and support our local community. In our Report to the Community, you’ll learn some about these activities. Read the report.
What's New at Warrick
Ivy Tech Corporate College and Alcoa Foundation
Offer Free Manufacturing Training for Veterans
Through the support of Alcoa Foundation and other partners, a statewide coalition in Indiana is launching “Get Skills to Work,” a program that includes training to help veterans transition to rewarding careers in manufacturing.
Students win Alcoa Foundation scholarships
Alcoa Warrick Operations announced that eight Tri-State students have been named winners of Alcoa Foundation scholarships, providing financial assistance during their upcoming college careers.
Warrick Operations earns Indiana Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence
Five Indiana companies have been recognized with the Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence for work they’ve done to identify and implement innovative environmental practices into their programs and facilities.
2013 Alcoa Foundation application process explained
The Alcoa Foundation has made significant investments through Warrick Operations, and this tradition will continue in 2013 with partnerships that will help strengthen our community. This year, the Alcoa Foundation has allocated $328,000 for investments in the category of environment and education. To learn about the application process, click below:
Alcoa Foundation makes community investments in Tri-State
Alcoa Warrick Operations announced the recipients of the plant’s 2012 annual allocation from the Alcoa Foundation. Ninteen different non-profit organizations attended a presentation program at Mesker Park Zoo & Botanic Garden, one of the grant recipients. In total, the plant announced about $307,500 Alcoa Foundation grants to new and existing, multi-year grant partners.