ECI and its network of national associations in Europe, collectively part of the Copper Alliance, bring together the copper industry to develop markets for copper, ensure fair market access for copper products and support the copper industry’s license to operate. This report presents our association’s main activities in 2016 and describes, where appropriate, how they fit into the European legislative agenda.
ECI, February 2015
ECI represents the copper industry in Europe and is also part of an international network of industry associations, funded by the copper industry, whose common mission is to defend and grow markets for copper, based on its superior technical performance and contribution to a higher quality of life. This network is unified by a common brand and visual identity – the Copper Alliance.
ECI, April 2011
Eurometaux, March 2013
This publication looks into the intriguing world of copper and reveals how one of the world’s most reusable resource plays a vital role in enabling many aspects of our lives.
ECI’s plan identifies strategies for seven copper-based technologies that could deliver substantial carbon reductions in the downstream industrial, residential and service sectors. Fully implemented, the plan could reduce EU CO2 emissions by 25%, or 1,100 million tonnes per year, by 2050, versus 2011 levels.
El cobre es un material natural, totalmente reciclable y duradero que se ajusta perfectamente a las demandas de la arquitectura moderna. Las características que lo hacen único, como la facilidad para adoptar casi cualquier forma o su amplia gama de colores, permiten una gran creatividad a la hora de diseñar cualquier edificio.
Eurometaux, EuroAlliages, July 2011
ECI, March 2015
Eurometaux, March 2015
Eurometaux, July 2013