Responsibly Sourced
Lower-carbon Aluminium.

Choosing lower-carbon aluminium can significantly reduce the embodied energy of your aluminium products.

Aluminium is strong, lightweight and infinitely recyclable. But did you know average carbon emissions of primary aluminium produced globally is approximately 12.46kg CO2e/1kg Al.1

By choosing lower-carbon aluminium, your CO2e emissions can be significantly reduced, giving you a cleaner, greener choice for your aluminium.

1 – CO2e emissions stated are ex smelter based on kilograms emitted per kilogram of aluminium produced – Aluminium Smelting and Casting [International Aluminum Institute (IAI)]

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    Introducing LocAl

    LocAl Aluminium is locally extruded lower-carbon aluminium for your projects in construction, engineering, marine, transport, defence, renewable energy and general fabrication industries.

    Locally extruded

    Extruded in Australia by Capral Aluminium, Australia’s largest Aluminium extruder established in 1936. Capral is committed to Net Zero by 2050 and working actively on reducing Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions.

    Low Carbon

    Primary billet with certified CO2e content* at or below:
    • 8kg CO2e/kg AL – LocAL Green
    • 4kg CO2e/kg AL – LocAL Super Green
    * Kilograms emitted per kilogram of aluminium produced – Aluminium Smelting and Casting


    Capral Aluminium has been certified against the ASI Performance Standard V3 and Chain of Custody (CoC) V2 for the extrusion, warehousing and distribution of aluminium products and services.

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    Using responsibly sourced lower-carbon aluminium on your next project is the right choice for the environment and will boost your sustainability credentials.

    • Educate yourself and your customers about the lower-carbon aluminium options available for your products.
    • Ask your supply chain questions to demonstrate their commitment to sourcing lower-carbon aluminium products.
    • Partner with suppliers committed to providing you with responsible sourced, lower-carbon Aluminium.
    • Consider the climate change commitments of your aluminium supplier, and ask to see targets and decarbonisation pathways.
    • Specify Aluminium from manufacturers who are certified to a credible stewardship scheme, like the Aluminium Stewardship Initiative (ASI).
    • Support manufacturers who are participating in emissions reduction and research and development activities.