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Hydro Commerce first plant in the US certified by DNV to produce Hydro CIRCAL

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The aluminium plant in Commerce, Texas is Hydro’s first plant in the US certified to produce Hydro CIRCAL, a low-carbon recycled aluminium product containing at least 75% post-consumer, end of life scrap. “With auto manufacturers switching to electric vehicles, combined with the growing need for aluminium, we see this as an opportunity to bring large-scale […]

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How Oslo Learned to Fight Climate Change

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In September of 2019, roughly a dozen workers in Oslo, Norway, broke ground on the world’s first zero-emission construction site. They were widening a busy street into a pedestrian zone, using powerful machinery to break and lift slabs of asphalt. But the equipment was so quiet that nearby cafés and restaurants kept their front doors […]

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Hydro’s head office at Vækerø will be Norway’s largest office building with solar panels

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The planning phase to install solar panels at the commercial buildings in Vækerø Park has begun. With 1,520 high-efficiency panels, it will be the country’s largest installation at an office building. “The head office at Vækerø means something to our identity. We hope this is something our employees – and future employees – find exciting […]

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3M named as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies by Ethisphere Institute for 9th consecutive year

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ST. PAUL, Minn., March 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Ethisphere Institute today recognized 3M for ethics and integrity in business conduct and compliance for the ninth straight year. 3M is one of only seven industrial companies worldwide to be honored this year. “For the past 120 years, 3M has built its reputation on doing things […]

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Hydro invests in U.S. carbon capture company Verdox to eliminate emissions from aluminium production

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Hydro is investing USD 20 million in U.S. company Verdox, a Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) spin-off, commercializing an all-electric carbon removal technology applicable both for capturing emissions from aluminium production and directly from air. Read full article.

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