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Aluminum Purses

Aluminum designer purses featuring soft leather interiors are the perfect fashion accessories for the modern woman. Made by Zero Halliburton these purses offer pure sophistication with their stylized sleek form and beautiful color choices of pink, navy, turquoise, light green, cabernet, gold and black. The main material of the purse is aluminum, so it is a very good quality material that long last many time and also can be recycle when you don’t need it any more, also has a nice looking and fashionable style.

Also we show you more examples of how aluminum is use to create different types of fashion purses.

Girl’s will love this post.

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Recycling Aluminum

Check this out! It’s a very interesting video about aluminum cans recycling! And how this process is one of the most ecological in world! Aluminun can be recycled on its 100%, it’s a great raw material.

Aluminum recycling is the process by which scrap aluminum can be reused in products after its initial production. The process involves simply re-melting the metal, which is far less expensive and energy intensive than creating new. Recycling scrap aluminum requires only 5% of the energy used to make new aluminium.

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Sources for recycled aluminium include foundries, aircraft, automobiles, bicycles, boats, computers, cookware, gutters, siding, wire and many other products that require a strong light weight material, or a material with high thermal conductivity. As recycling does not damage the metal’s structure, aluminium can be recycled indefinitely and still be used to produce any product for which new aluminium could have been used.

Great, doesn´t it?

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