Photo courtesy of Jaguar Land Rover.

Photo courtesy of Jaguar Land Rover.

Jaguar Land Rover will expand the use of recycled aluminum in its vehicles in a program that will cut waste and help reduce carbon emissions, the Coventry, United Kingdom-based company announced.

The company will recycle scrap aluminum from the manufacturing process and end-of-life vehicles as part of the project, called Reality, that's expected to cost about $2.6 million (£2 million).

The project will be rolled out at 10 stamping facilities with aluminum being remelted by Novelis.

Originally posted on Automotive Fleet