Aluminum is one of the top five worst-trending industries in the United States.
It accounts for about 60 percent of all U.S. metals production and nearly all the aluminum that is used in building materials, according to a recent report by the Institute for Energy Research (IER).
According to the study, the aluminum industry is responsible for the “destruction of the natural world” and is the primary contributor to climate change.
The report also highlighted aluminum trucks, which use thousands of tons of aluminum a day, as a prime example of the “catastrophic impacts” of the industry.
Aluminum is a byproduct of the processing of refined petroleum products, which is why the aluminum truck bed is called an “aluminum factory.”
Aluminum is also a major contributor to the production of toxic compounds such as carbon monoxide, lead, mercury and other pollutants.
The IER report found that aluminum trucks use about 1.2 million tons of carbon monoxides, which “are the largest source of mercury pollution in the country and are the largest contributor to global warming,” according to the report.
Aluminum, of course, is also the second most toxic material in the world after coal, which causes nearly 300,000 deaths per year.
Aluminum used to be a staple in American manufacturing, but the metal is now used in a number of other industries, including aircraft, electronics, plastics, metalworking, mining, and more.
Aluminum production in the U.K. increased by a whopping 7 percent between 2005 and 2017.
The aluminum industry employs over 10,000 people in the UK, according the IER.
Aluminum mining is also in the news recently, with two major aluminum mines being shut down.
Last month, an independent investigation revealed that one of these mines, which produces nearly a third of the world’s aluminum, is not in compliance with environmental regulations.
A recent report from The Guardian found that the company that owns the mine is “not even required to report emissions data, despite the mine’s pollution spewing into the air every day.”
Aluminum mining has also been a focus of an international investigation.
In February, a U.N. panel of environmental experts criticized the company for not following strict safety regulations and said that its “systematic failures” had allowed the mine to be “responsible for the death of at least 2,000 children in the past 20 years.”
Aluminum pollution has been a major problem in Europe since the 1960s, when the world was largely dominated by the United Kingdom, and aluminum production was banned in the early 1970s in response to the metal’s high carbon content.
The metals were then phased out of industrial production in response, which led to a massive reduction in the amount of aluminum that was produced.
As a result, the world has been struggling to replace some of the lost aluminum production and use.
In recent years, the IERS has become increasingly concerned about the impact that the aluminum mining industry has on air quality, with the organization calling for a global ban on the production and sale of aluminum.
This month, the United Nations announced the International Aluminium Forum, a group of countries and organizations working to combat aluminum pollution.
This forum aims to promote cooperation between nations to reduce aluminum pollution in various sectors.
Ns. said that the international body aims to “develop and promote action plans to reduce, recover and reuse aluminum products” and “to prevent the release of aluminum byproducts into the atmosphere.”
The United Nations has called on all nations to commit to a global aluminum moratorium.
However, there is currently no global agreement on how to deal with aluminum pollution, which has contributed to the global food crisis and the increase in obesity in the developed world.