William Say & Co Ltd, the London can maker, has recently invested over £850,000 in its site, introducing new ultramodern technology as part of an extensive refurbishment of the factory’s essential equipment, some dating back to the early 1900s.
The partnership will see Molson Coors UK collaborate with Every Can Counts, alongside drink can manufacturers and the wider recycling industry, to raise awareness of the importance of recycling drink cans at events and festivals.
Lindal Group, a global leader in the design, manufacture and sale of specialist valves, actuators and spray caps used in aerosol products, has joined other key members in the UK Aerosol Recycling Initiative as a funding partner.
Novelis has signed a long-term, green Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) to feed approximately 16% of its electricity needs at its German production sites with 100% renewable energies, as part of its commitment toward carbon neutral production.
The Kraft Heinz Company, owner of the canned Heinz beans, has signed an agreement with Carlton Power, to study the development of a renewable green hydrogen plant at its Kitt Green manufacturing plant in the UK’s Greater Manchester.
In 2023, a total of 796 million aluminium tubes and 575 million aluminium aerosol cans were delivered to Germany, which represents a 4% increase for aluminium tubes and a slight rise of 0.5% for aerosol cans compared with 2022.