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Who We Are

RecHycle is an EU-funded project coordinated by ArcelorMittal Belgium that investigates using green hydrogen and recycled metallurgical gases in steelmaking. These gases are H2-rich and produced onsite. They will be injected into the blast furnace to replace coke and pulverised coal. This will help minimise CO2 emissions and sustainably produce green steel.

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Joining RecHycle Stakeholder Group

By joining RecHycle Stakeholder Group, you will learn more about the project, one of the most innovative projects towards climate neutrality in the steel sector. At the same time, you will be contributing to shaping the research work and project priorities. The project constitutes an essential investment in developing green strategies to offset the footprint of steel manufacturing processes.

Confidentiality of Data

Your data and responses will be protected according to the European Regulation of Data Protection (EU) 2016/679 (GDPR). The data of the participants in the RecHycle Stakeholder Group will be held exclusively for the purposes of the project and will be kept confidential. All the data files will be destroyed 5 years after the completion of the project. The data of the person who does not wish to be part of the RecHycle Stakeholder Group will be deleted immediately.

Withdrawing from the RecHycle Stakeholder Group

You have the right to withdraw from the Stakeholder Group and the project activities at any time for any reason. Contact the coordinator of the D&C activities of the project, Rodolfo Santos Ferreira, at from ArcelorMittal Maizières and/or Jirka Rajme from BlueXPRT at

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