The European Aluminium Association (EAA) is also preoccupied with the problem of indirect emissions.
What does EAA stand for?
EAA stands for European Aluminium Association (Brussels, Belgium)
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Contact the European Aluminium Association on tel +32 2775 6363 or visit www.
Naturally, the GAC will also serve as a coordinated voice for the aluminium industry in the Gulf Acting as a representative body for its member base, the council will work closely with relevant local and international associations such as the International Aluminium Institute, European Aluminium Association, Aluminium Federation and others with similar concerns.
The study, by Knibb, Gormezano & Partners (KGP), Castle Donington, Derbyshire, England, in cooperation with the European Aluminium Association (EAA), includes data from automotive companies and suppliers, EAA member companies and past data from KGP.
He is a member of Public Affairs Committees in the European Aluminium Association and the International Aluminium Institute.
In Europe, aluminum is enjoying similar growth rates as the European Aluminium Association estimates that the average vehicle content, which stands today at about 100 kilograms of aluminum, will at least double by the year 2015.
The European Aluminium Association said it expects demand for primary aluminium to increase by three per cent during 1999.
Performed life cycle assessments of aluminum-containing products, including computer laptops, automotive space frames, truck/trailers, city buses, and aluminum bottles and conducted third-party, peer-reviewed life cycle assessments of aluminum beverage containers and automotive parts in association with the European Aluminium Association, U.