Welcome to the Sloan Center for a Sustainable Aluminum Industry
The Center is a community of scholars interested in identifying, facilitating and disseminating innovative observation-based business research on keeping America's aluminum industry sustainable.
Key themes for the Center are: Recycling programs, workforce development and deployment, and supply chain management. The research results from the Center will contribute significantly to the competitiveness of the Aluminum industry to a global marketplace.
Please explore the website for more information, and contact us with any questions you may have.
09/06 TMS Webcast: "Enhancing the Value Proposition Through Metals Recycling," Presenters: Joseph Fiksel, Ohio State;Ray Peterson, Aleris International Inc.; Subodh Das, Secat, Inc.
Recycling Behavior in Kentucky: Who Recycles and Why. August,
2006 Journal of Metals paper by Dr. Fred Morgan and Margaret Hughes
Aluminum Can Recycling Rates: A Six Sigma Study in Kentucky. August,
2006 Journal of Metals paper by Dr. Subodh Das and Margaret Hughes
Aluminum Alloys for a Recycle-Friendly World June, 2006
Light Metal Age paper by Dr. Subodh Das.