Metals for an Industrial Renaissance

In December 2014, Eurometaux has in released its new publication: Metals for an Industrial Renaissance: Eurometaux’s Call for Action to EU Policy Makers. Find out more at

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Nickel-containing architectural stainless steels are consistently among the most environmentally friendly metals commonly used in construction. Stainless steel’s low maintenance costs and durability make it a sustainable choice in many architectural applications.

Stainless Steel for a sustainable future

As Sustainability is about much more than just the environment, the new animation and brochure show how Stainless Steel contributes to a sustainable world in areas ranging from transport, healthcare, water provisions and food.

Airbus A380

Nickel alloys allow lower engine weights, even as they develop more thrust, and high operating temperatures. Less weight means less fuel consumption, and that in turn means aircraft can carry more cargo and passengers.


Eurometaux calls for Circular Economy Package to address challenges to the circular management of metals

March 25, 2015

Eurometaux has released a comprehensive position paper outlining the challenges faced by the non-ferrous metals industry in securing Europe's circular management of metals.

Cross-industry recommendations for better regulation in chemicals management

March 19, 2015

Nickel Institute has joined with 39 other industry organisations to present a joint position paper with recommendations for better regulation in chemicals management.

Nickel Magazine: Current Issue

December 2014


  • Eco-building
  • Urban Mass transit experience
  • Ni in infrastructure
  • Micro-digestors
  • SS tanks for transport

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