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ThyssenKrupp Elevator Company Maximizes Material Transparency: Q&A with Brad Nemeth

ThyssenKrupp Elevator Company Maximizes Material Transparency: Q&A with Brad Nemeth

Brad Nemeth, ThyssenKrupp Elevator Company’s VP of sustainability for the Americas, discusses the challenges and advantages to pursuing material transparency.


ArcelorMittal, LanzaTech to Turn Waste Gases to Low-Carbon Fuel

ArcelorMittal, the world’s biggest steel company, in partnership with carbon recycling company LanzaTech and Primetals Technologies, a technology and service provider to the iron and steel industry, plan to build Europe’s first-ever commercial scale production facility to create bioethanol from waste gases produced during the steelmaking process. The companies say … Read more »

China’s Largest Steelmaker Chooses Veolia’s Wastewater Treatment

Veolia has been selected by Tangshan Iron & Steel, a subsidiary of China’s largest steelmaker Hebei Iron & Steel Group, to build and operate industrial water treatment and recycling facilities for two of TIS’s industrial projects in Hebei province, China. Over the duration of the two 30-year contracts, total cumulative … Read more »

Virgin, LanzaTech Low-Carbon Jet Fuel Earns Sustainability Certification

Biofuel developer LanzaTech has become the first company in the world to have its jet fuel certified by the independent Roundtable on Sustainable Biomass, moving its partnership with airline Virgin Atlantic forward in the process. Beijing Shougang LanzaTech New Energy Science & Technology has earned RSB’s sustainability certification for the joint venture’s … Read more »

Sustainable Packaging High Priority for Blue Chips

Some 65 percent of decision makers at Fortune 500 consumer product companies view packaging sustainability as a high priority, according to research commissioned by the Steel Market Development Institute, a business unit of the American Iron and Steel Institute. The challenge for consumer products firms, according to the research, is the lack … Read more »

Standards & Compliance Briefing: Steel CO2 Emissions, Recycled Concrete, Sediment Retention

The International Standards Organization (ISO) has published ISO 14404, a standard defining a method for calculating carbon emissions intensity from iron and steel production. The standard has two parts, addressing plants with blast furnaces and electric arc furnaces. The World Steel Association welcomed the standard, which it said is based … Read more »

Hach Lange Monitor Prevents Downtime at Steel Plant

The installation by Hach Lange of a continuous oil-in-water monitor in coolant water at a steel re-processing plant has prevented downtime and avoided costly and time-consuming laboratory analysis, the company says. The steel manufacturing industry relies on closed-loop generation and recycling of steam as an energy efficient means of process … Read more »

Steel Companies’ CO2 Reporting Up, Emissions Steady

Steel Companies’ CO2 Reporting Up, Emissions Steady

At 1.8 tons of CO2 produced per ton of crude steel cast, the global steel industry’s greenhouse gas emissions haven’t changed since 2007, according to Worldsteel’s 2012 Sustainability Indicators. Established in 2003, the indicators measure the steel industry’s sustainability progress. The 2012 Sustainability Indicators capture data from 100 member and … Read more »

Evraz Highveld Looks to Improve Furnace Efficiency by 50%

Evraz Highveld Steel & Vanadium is implementing iron-ore reduction processes that should cut the energy consumption of its furnaces by up to 50 percent, reports Mining Weekly. The company tapped engineering consultancy Hatch to conduct a prefeasibility study in 2011. That study indicated that by improving the prereduction process in … Read more »

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