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How to get involved in ASI As ASI is a membership-organisation, a wide range of organisations can join to support and become involved in ASI’s work programme. ASI’s into:      

six membership classes are grouped Production and Transformation Industrial Users Civil Society Downstream Supporters Associations General Supporters

Membership fees are scaled to the size and activities or each organisation, and range from a minimum of USD100 to a maximum of USD25,000. New members are always welcome and bring valuable perspectives and experiences that can inform ASI’s development. ASI membership also provides value to each member, by enabling them to:  Network with a wide range of stakeholders in a constructive dialogue about responsible production, sourcing and stewardship of aluminium  Support development of a credible

third-party certification programme that can be applied throughout the aluminium value chain  Help shape the development of tools and resources that support implementation of good practices and accessibility to a range of businesses  Be recognised as a proactive leader on responsible aluminium and leverage your organisation’s own work in this area ASI and AluSolutions The upcoming AluSolutions conference (10th and 11th May 2016, ADNEC, Abu Dhabi) will feature a dedicated ASI panel

session, which will include a detailed overview of the ASI and also introduce a number of member companies including Rio Tinto, UC Rusal, Norsk Hydro and Schüco Middle East. Visitor registration is free-of-charge and open to all aluminium industry professionals. If you would like to learn more about the ASI, then join us for AluSolutions by registering at www.alusolutions.com/register  To find out more, visit: www.aluminiumstewardship.org or contact: info@aluminium-stewardship.org

MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR SHUTDOWN Under instructions from Hydro Aluminium Kurri Kurri Pty Ltd due to closure of the plant in Australia Offers are invited for the purchase and removal of the smelter assets

MANY LATE MODEL ASSETS • $80M SWITCHYARD INCL. 3 x AREVA 132kV/511V RECTIFIER TRANSFORMERS (90 days use!) • 2005 HERTWICH BILLET SAW/PACKING SYSTEM • 2008 MECFOR ANODE SLOT SAW • 2005 ODT 10kg INGOT CASTING LINE • 2006 ALMEQ CRUCIBLE CLEANER • 2004 SILICON HANDLING SYSTEM • 2006 QUANTOSHELTER AUTO SAMPLE ANALYSIS SYSTEM

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HYCAST DEGASSER BROCHOT POT LINING RAMMER CARBON PLANT EQUIPMENT SETARAM ANODE FURNACE FIRING SYSTEM UNUSED FLUE WALL BUILDING STATION 15 x HENCON/HMR VEHICLES LABORATORY EQUIPMENT AND LOTS MORE!

Full details at www.rhas.com/hydro Enquiries: Cameron Dunsford - cameron.dunsford@aon.com or +61 2 8623 4046

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