How do you keep aluminum in the ground safely and safely clean?
If you’re planning on taking your kids to the park, you may want to think again.
A recent report by the American Institute of Mining Safety (AIMS) found that nearly two-thirds of the world’s aluminum ore has gone into the ground since 2010.
The report found that a growing number of states are considering legislation to mandate safer processing of aluminum ore and to require greater reporting and monitoring of the process.
According to AIMS, processing aluminum is the third most important source of aluminum in America after the coal and oil industries.
The U.S. produces more than 4 million tons of aluminum annually, and in 2017, nearly 4 million tonnes were processed in Illinois alone.
The report also noted that, in addition to processing aluminum, more than 100 million tons are shipped to the United Kingdom.
But aluminum is not the only source of waste metal.
The AIMA report said aluminum is also used to make tools, furniture, and other items.
According the AIM, aluminum can be used to create structural parts such as screws and bolts, as well as to form protective coatings and coatings for other materials.