The diagram explains the way in which aluminium cans are recycled.
Overall, there are six stages in the process, starting with collecting aluminium cans and being reused at the final stage.
Looking at the flowchart, collected aluminium cans are brought to dumpsters. Then, they are delivered to a machine which cleans, sorts, shreds and undergo the compression step. Next, those are heated in a heating machine.
After that, the aluminium liquid is rolled along a conveyor belt and turns into a flatten piece which is 2,5mm-6mm thick. Following this, those aluminium pieces travel to factories where they are manufactured into cans. Finally, those cans are reused again, which the number of recycled cans is at 74% in UK.
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