About Alcoa Recycling
For as long as we've been making aluminum, Alcoa has been recycling aluminum. In fact, we've been doing so since we invented the smelting process in 1888. That's because aluminum is infinitely recyclable.
Alcoa collects both aluminum cans and other aluminum scrap for recycling in its facilities in Alcoa, Tennessee and Yennora, Australia. Today, aluminum used beverage containers (UBCs) are procured through Alcoa’s Evermore Recycling. If you’re an industrial recycler and want to sell UBCs to Alcoa, visit Alcoa’s Evermore Recycling website for more information.
The mission of Alcoa Recycling is to help people understand how important it is to recycle, and to make it easier to do so. Today, it’s more important than ever to recycle. Recycling not only reduces litter and conserves landfill space, it is also an important key to slowing and stopping the growth of greenhouse gases caused by power generation.
So help us make a difference. Recycle.
If you have questions or suggestions for us, please contact us.