Why Anodizing is the most sustainable surface treatment for Aluminum
How do you make the most sustainable products – and help save the climate and environment?
That is a question on many a machine shop manager, OEM and designer’s mind.
In comparison to materials like copper, steal and wood, the CO2 footprint of primary Aluminum is unreasonably high.
Not all Aluminum is created equal.
As OEM’s and product manufacturers consider the whole supply chain in their sustainability measures, there are certain requirements to specify to their Anodizing Supplier, which will allow for a much smaller carbon footprint.
In this article, Anne Deacon Juhl goes through them one by one.
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