Eurofer, the European Steel Association, is at the forefront of driving sustainability in the steel sector. They have been actively promoting green steel production techniques and advocating for policies that support decarbonisation. Eurofer emphasises the use of recycled steel as a key component in the production process, reducing the reliance on raw materials and minimising environmental impact. By employing advanced technologies and processes, Eurofer is setting a remarkable example for others to follow.

ArcelorMittal, one of the largest steel producers globally, is dedicated to developing and implementing sustainable steel practices. They are investing in breakthrough technologies like carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) to significantly reduce CO2 emissions from steelmaking. Additionally, ArcelorMittal is exploring hydrogen-based processes as an alternative to traditional coal-based methods, thereby achieving a substantial reduction in carbon footprint. Their commitment to innovation and sustainability is transforming the steel industry.

ESTEP (European Steel Technology Platform) acts as a catalyst for collaboration among steel industry stakeholders, research organisations, and academia. Through joint research and development projects, ESTEP is driving the adoption of low-carbon technologies and processes in steel production. By fostering knowledge sharing and innovation, they are accelerating the transition towards sustainable and efficient steel manufacturing practices

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About RecHycle

RecHycle is an EU-funded project that investigates the use of green hydrogen and recycled metallurgical gases in steelmaking.

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