Aluminum is a silvery white, soft, ductile metal. It is the most abundant metal in the Earth’s crust and can be mined from Bauxite, typically in the tropical regions. Aluminum has a remarkably low density, making it light with a high corrosion resistance. Aluminum alloys, which are either wrought or cast, can be engineered for specific applications and to achieve specific characteristics. Some examples of aluminum include clean aluminum clips and solids, used beverage cans, foil, insulated aluminum wire, turnings or chips, and much more.