A Green Path to a New Century

2022 Sustainability Report

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“We continue to believe that aluminum is a key enabler of the Green Economy as the material of choice for many electrifications applications including electric vehicles, solar panels, wind turbines, and high voltage transmission cables, to name a few. Aluminum is the metal of the future.”

Jesse Gary, CEO

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Natur-Al™ – A World Leader

Our low-carbon aluminum, Natur-Al™, has a carbon footprint of 4 tons of CO2 equivalents per ton of aluminum, taking absolutely everything into account – from the acquisition of bauxite and processing of aluminum oxide to the aluminum processing and shipping to the buyer. Total CO2-eq emissions from Natur-Al™ production are less than a quarter of the average emissions from aluminum production around the world.

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We'll Stop at Nothing

At Century, we are focused on the achievement of two primary climate goals as a means to do our part in the global effort to mitigate the effects of climate change: (i) a 30% reduction of carbon emissions from our primary production by 2030, and (ii) production of carbon neutral primary aluminum by 2050.

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Sustainable Growth

As we grow and expand our operations, our ongoing ambition is to manage our emissions responsibly and reduce CO2 emissions per tonne of primary aluminum. Even incremental reductions in our carbon footprint per tonne of finished product require steady improvements in technology and processes, investments in operational stability, skill development and environmental awareness, as well as rigorous oversight of the entire value chain.

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A Team of 2,200

Every employee plays a role in helping us reduce and manage our environmental impact and carbon footprint. Our priority is to take care of each other and build a culture that values the health and safety of our employees, our community, and our environment.

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