Refining aluminum Ore is a process to extract aluminum from rocks and soil.
The extraction process can involve heating the ore to melt the silicate, and then using an electric or magnetic force to crack the silicates crystal.
It’s a process that can also remove silicate particles from the rock.
The process can be done in the United States or Canada.
The aluminum is then sold to metal producers, including aluminum ore producer BHP Billiton, according to Bloomberg News.
The new process is being used by aluminum ore producers like BHP, but it’s also being used worldwide, with aluminum from all over the world coming into the world, according the company.
“The amount of aluminum extracted is about 1 percent of the world’s total supply, which is what we expect from a global market,” said Matt Jankowski, a spokesperson for BHP.
The company also said that the extraction process is very environmentally friendly and does not require significant water, energy, or other resources.
The use of aluminum ore from abroad could help offset some of the environmental concerns surrounding the extraction of aluminum from ore.