The steel industry is highly efficient in its use of raw materials with technology available today. Key contributing factors include high material efficiency rates, by-product recycling and steel recycling. Steel making is nearing zero-waste, with current material efficiency rates at…

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Gases from iron- and steel making (for example, from the coke oven, BF or BOF) once cleaned, are used internally to produce steam and electricity, reducing the demand for externally-produced electricity. Gases can be fully reused within the steel production…

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The previous articles were just a few examples of the many ways in which advanced steels are used in our everyday environment. There are many more. The common factor is that they are based on modern designed-for-the-purpose steels, which offer…

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The World Steel Association (world steel) promotes the adoption of industry best practices and technology transfer across the globe as well as the development of new knowledge, through research, to tackle the most pressing issues facing society such as climate…

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Steel is the most used commodity in the day to day life. Every object that the human needs is a value added product from the steel industry. Steel is essential to the technologies and solutions that meet society‚Äôs everyday needs…

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