The Aluminium Stewardship Initiative (ASI) is a global non-profit organisation that brings together producers, users and stakeholders in the aluminium value chain. ASI members are committed to the sustainable production and use of aluminium within society.
ASI and its members strive to foster responsible production, sourcing and stewardship of aluminium collaboratively.
ASI Certified aluminium is metal that has been produced and sourced – from its mined or recycled source and through each step in the value chain – following ASI’s Standards. The aluminium value chain includes upstream production, such as aluminium smelting, through downstream use sectors such as construction, transport, marine and engineering.
The ASI Certified logo on your product is your assurance of the responsible production, sourcing and stewardship of your aluminium.
By using ASI certified aluminium, manufacturers and end users will now be able to demonstrate their commitment to a sustainable supply chain. Further, when buying ASI certified aluminium, you can be assured of the responsible production, sourcing and stewardship of your aluminium.
ASI certified members are listed on the ASI website.
An ASI labelled product corresponds to an equivalent mass of ASI Aluminium produced by an unbroken chain of ASI Certified Entities through the supply chain.
Capral Aluminium is the first Australian extruder to achieve ASI certification.
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. The certifications apply to all of Capral’s 26 facilities, composed of mills, distribution centres and trade centres, spread across every state and territory in Australia.
These certifications recognise Capral’s commitment to responsible production, sourcing, and management of aluminium products.
For more information, visit the view Capral’s membership page on the ASI website.