Quality and Commitment

Our company is committed to the environment. By collecting, classifying and sorting, we contribute to the reuse of materials in the industry, reducing pollution and helping to preserve natural resources.


Quallity and Environment Management

Alumisel, S.A.U. (Single-member public limited company), specializes on the appreciation of metallic materials, ferrous as well as non-ferrous metals. It focuses its strategic vision on achieving a balance between the needs and the expectations of all involved parties.

Following this line, the Alumisel, S.A.U. Management has conceived and implemented an Integrated Quality- and Environment-Management System according to the requirements of the ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 norms. In addition to this, Alumisel, S.A.U. has made following commitments:

  • to comply with all legal and applicable requirements
  • to convey the importance of our clients to all levels of the organization
  • to the protection of the environment and the prevention of pollution
  • to constantly improve the System’s efficiency.

Furthermore, the Alumisel, S.A.U. Management has made the commitment of creating a structured organization and of assigning all necessary human, technological and financial resources in order to achieve our quality and environmental targets. These targets will be regularly established and supervised with the aim of improving the management of the relationship between our clients and other involved parties as well as the internal efficiency of the company.


Radioactivity control

We comply with the «Protocol of Collaboration concerning Radioactivity Control of Metallic Materials» of the Nuclear Security Council with number IVR-048 to try to prevent or, in any case and if deemed necessary, to detect and control the presence of radioactive material in the scrap.


The struggle against illegal trafficking

Since 2007 we have been implementing a protocol on the purchase of materials to fight against the illegal trafficking of metals and to prevent the possible introduction of materials of illicit origin into the legitimite scrap market.