Here are the highlights from the November newsletter edition:
ASI crosses 100th Certification milestone
After 35 months of operation since the ASI Certification program launched in December 2017, ASI has crossed a significant milestone, having issued 100 Certifications for the ASI Performance Standard and ASI Chain of Custody Standard, combined. This is a testament to the commitment and effort of ASI Members and Accredited Auditors to foster the responsible production, sourcing and stewardship of aluminium. Read more.
ASI updates General Supporter membership fees
Following approval by the ASI Board, ASI has updated the membership fees for the General Supporter member class, which will now follow a tiered structure and will come into effect on January 1, 2021. All other membership class fees remain unchanged for 2021. Read more.
Latest recycling statistics in new IAI infographic
How many smartphones can be charged with the energy savings from recycling one aluminium can? Which industry sector recycles the most aluminium products? Can one year’s global energy savings from recycling aluminium power a G-7 country? Read more.
ASI is growing: three recruitments underway
Since the launch of the ASI Standards in 2017, ASI has seen remarkable membership growth and with this, significant growth in the number of ASI Members achieving certification. In order to keep pace, the ASI Secretariat is now recruiting for three newly created full time (FT) and part time (PT) posts. We encourage you to share this information with your networks. Read more.
ASI Certifications update
In November, ASI Members achieved two new certifications, with several more in the announcement pipeline. Read more.
ASI Membership news
In November, ASI welcomed three Production & Transformation members, one Industrial User member, and one General Supporter member, bringing the total number of ASI members to 143.
- ALRO: Production & Transformation
- Grupa Kety S.A.: Production & Transformation
- Mozal SA: Production & Transformation