While the aluminum beverage can is the most recycled beverage container in the United States, the aluminum beverage can industry members of the Can Manufacturers Institute (CMI) are committed to raising the U.S. aluminum recycling rate to new heights. CMI published a detailed aluminum beverage can recycling primer and roadmap that explains how the ambitious U.S. aluminum beverage can recycling rate targets that CMI members announced in November 2021 will be achieved. Those targets are reaching a 70 percent recycling rate by 2030, 80 percent by 2040 and 90 percent by 2050. This new report provides more details on what the can industry is doing in the near-term within its four pillars of action to make progress toward the targets and the potential total used beverage cans (UBC) that could be recycled through certain pillars.
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Aluminum Beverage Can Recycling Roadmap & Primer Graphics
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On November 10, 2021, the Can Manufacturers Institute announced aluminum beverage can recycling rate targets that all CMI’s beverage can manufacturer and aluminum supplier members have committed to achieve. These targets include a 70 percent U.S. aluminum beverage can recycling rate by 2030.
- 11.10.21 Press Release: Can Manufacturers Institute Members Commit to Aluminum Beverage Can 70 Percent Recycling Rate by 2030
- 11.10.21 Recording of Virtual Press Event
- 11.10.21 CMI Targets Announcement Press Event Slides
- 11.10.21 Transcript for CMI Targets Announcements Press Event
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Scott Breen, VP of Sustainability, CMI | firstname.lastname@example.org.