Aluminum is the most widespread metal on Earth, making up more than 8% of the Earth’s core mass.
Only 200 years ago, little was known about this lightweight metal, yet it has now become the foundation of this country’s infrastructure being used for packaging, energy, transportation, aerospace, construction and much more.
Bauxite (the principle ore of aluminum) is found in topsoil located in various tropical and subtropical regions, namely India, Brazil and Australia. Once it has been mined, it is purified to produce a white powder called aluminum oxide and then undergoes electrolysis to extract the aluminum.
We then use this infinitely recyclable metal to create a range of sustainable products including reusable bottles, stationery and kitchen accessories.