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  • General 2015-05-10
    the smelter produces 400,000 metric tons of aluminum annually in the form of rolling ingots, T-ingots (pure and alloyed) and billets. Alcoa owns 74.95% and Rio Tinto Alcan owns 25.05% of the smelter. The Bécancour Smelter achieved ISO 9002 certification in 1996 for the production of rolling ingots, T-ingots and billets. It was also certified ISO 9001:2000 for the production of rolling ingots, T-ingots and billets, and ISO 14001:2004 for the production of aluminum, including anodes and finished products, rolling ingots, T-ingots and billets.

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