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Company Response

Response of Alcoa to “Toxic 100” ranking

Operating in a manner that protects and promotes the health and well-being of the environment is a core value to Alcoa. In 2001, we developed an initial set of long-range goals to be achieved by 2020, with routine measurement to track our progress. We updated these goals in early 2006 as part of a larger initiative to enhance Alcoa's sustainability framework... We have made significant progress against many of our goals... For more detailed information on Alcoa's sustainability programs and performance please visit our website http://www.alcoa.com/global/en/about_alcoa/sustainability/home.asp

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USA: Univ. of Massachusetts research institute releases list of top 100 corporate air polluters - top 10: DuPont, US Steel, ConocoPhillips, GE, Kodak, ExxonMobil, Ford, Tyson, Alcoa, ADM

"Toxic 100" list of corporate air polluters, prepared by Univ. of Massachusetts research institute (PERI): Alcoa in top 10.