Aluminum is one-third the weight of steel. It can be forged, shaped, and laminated until obtaining a very thin foil. Visually intriguing, aluminum does not require any particular final treatment. Its surface offers the possibility to apply a vast range of coatings, from paint to colored anodizations. Aluminum is easy to recycle, with an energy cost equal to one-twentieth of that necessary in its first casting. One-third of the aluminum, which is in use today, is made by recycling scrap metal..
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