Joining the Aluminium Stewardship Initiative

We are proud to announce that Bridgnorth Aluminium Limited is officially a member of the Aluminium Stewardship Initiative (ASI). The ASI, a global, not-for-profit organisation, provides an independent certification program for the aluminium value chain - assuring responsible production, sourcing and stewardship of aluminium.

The initiative aims to:

  • Define internationally applicable standards for sustainability performance in the aluminium value chain
  • Promote measurable and continual improvements in the chain’s environmental, social and governance impacts on the aluminium lifecycle
  • Develop an independent and credible certification and assurance system
  • Reinforce and promote consumer and stakeholder confidence in aluminium

Membership of the initiative indicates a genuine dedication to enhancing sustainability in the global aluminium sector – a cause that we wholeheartedly support.

Contributing to a Sustainable Society

We are working towards achieving the ASI Performance Standard certification. Although this is a voluntary standard, we are keen to comply as the principles align well with our ongoing commitment to maximise the contribution of our aluminium to a sustainable society. In line with our own CSR programme, the standard covers:

  • Business integrity
  • Policy and management
  • Transparency
  • Material stewardship
  • Greenhouse gas emissions
  • Emissions, effluents and waste
  • Water stewardship
  • Biodiversity
  • Human rights
  • Labour rights
  • Occupational health and safety

Regarding the standard, Abbey Morris (our Sustainability Manager) said:

“We are really excited to be a part of this new initiative. Aluminium is known to be one of the most sustainable materials on earth today, and we believe strongly that our business conduct and practice should reflect that. The ASI gives us a globally recognised framework and set of standards that we can use to prove our potential and give credibility to our ongoing sustainability efforts.”

For more information about the ASI, please visit:


Date: 16/02/2018