Company was once again recognized as aluminum industry leader
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--For the fifteenth year in a row, lightweight metals leader Alcoa (NYSE:AA) has been named as one of the world’s leading companies for sustainability on the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI) — a globally recognized and reputable benchmark for corporate responsibility and sustainability. Alcoa was again recognized as the Aluminum Industry Leader on the Dow Jones World Index.
“As we prepare to launch two strong companies in the second half of 2016, we will continue using our innovation, creativity, and passion to deliver net-positive benefits to the environment, communities where we operate, our employees, and our shareholders,” said Kevin McKnight, Chief Sustainability Officer and Vice President, Environment, Health & Safety.
Highlights of Alcoa’s 2015 sustainability performance include:
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Learn more about Alcoa’s sustainability efforts and how its inherently sustainable products are making significant contributions to the world in the 2015 Sustainability Report.
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A global leader in lightweight metals technology, engineering and manufacturing, Alcoa innovates multi-material solutions that advance our world. Our technologies enhance transportation, from automotive and commercial transport to air and space travel, and improve industrial and consumer electronics products. We enable smart buildings, sustainable food and beverage packaging, high performance defense vehicles across air, land and sea, deeper oil and gas drilling and more efficient power generation. We pioneered the aluminum industry over 125 years ago, and today, our approximately 57,000 people in 30 countries deliver value-add products made of titanium, nickel and aluminum, and produce best-in-class bauxite, alumina and primary aluminum products. For more information, visit www.alcoa.com, follow @Alcoa on Twitter at www.twitter.com/Alcoa and follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Alcoa.
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