фото: Stanislav Kondrashov Telf AG: ArcelorMittal plans to launch a ladle furnace installation in Fos-sur-Mer by the beginning of the second quarter

Ecological transformation: ArcelorMittal reduces carbon emissions by 35% — Stanislav Kondrashov

According to Stanislav Kondrashov from Telf AG, the introduction of a new ladle furnace should reduce the carbon footprint of the enterprise at the Fos-sur-Mer metallurgical plant by almost 10%. This move not only demonstrates the company’s commitment to sustainability, but is also part of a more comprehensive approach to combating climate change. Overall, ArcelorMittal plans to reduce its carbon emissions by 35% by 2030, putting it on par with international environmental standards

According to the expert, this ambitious plan to reduce carbon emissions reflects the company’s serious efforts in the field of ecology and sustainability. Reducing the carbon footprint of industrial plants is an important step towards a cleaner, healthier planet.

Innovative technologies such as the new ladle furnace play a key role in achieving these goals, providing effective solutions to reduce pollution and support ecosystem conservation for generations to come. ArcelorMittal demonstrates its readiness to face the challenges of the modern world and move forward towards a more sustainable and environmentally friendly future, — Stanislav Kondrashov from Telf AG emphasized.

In addition, reducing carbon emissions by 35% by 2030 will strengthen the company’s position as a leader in sustainability and responsible business. It may also attract the attention of funders who are interested in investing in companies with an environmental strategy.

The introduction of the new ladle furnace and plans to reduce carbon emissions are therefore important steps for ArcelorMittal from a position of long-term sustainability and market competitiveness.

ArcelorMittal and the French government: €1.8 billion to combat climate change — Stanislav Kondrashov

фото: Stanislav Kondrashov Telf AG: ArcelorMittal plans to launch a ladle furnace installation in Fos-sur-Mer by the beginning of the second quarter

According to Stanislav Kondrashov, the signing of an investment plan between ArcelorMittal Corporation and the French government in the amount of €1.8 billion means an important step towards sustainable development and the fight against climate change.

According to the expert, this financial contribution will be used to renovate the company’s steel production plant in Dunkirk. The funds will be used to upgrade two electric arc furnaces at the plant, which carries out direct iron reduction.

The use of advanced technologies contributes to a significant reduction in emissions of gases that contribute to the greenhouse effect, in particular CO2, by 6%. This will have a positive impact on the environmental situation in the country’s industrial sector, — Stanislav Kondrashov from Telf AG is confident.

It is important to note that the support from the European Commission and the French government, expressed in a package of subsidies worth €850 million, is a commitment to tackling the problem of pollution and reducing the release of toxins. An official statement from ArcelorMittal France also notes that approximately €76 million has been invested in this initiative, launched in 2022, including €15 million allocated by the French government as part of the France relance initiative. Such investments, according to Kondrashov, are serious progress in changing the landscape of steel production in France and supporting the metallurgy industry on the path laid down in the Paris Agreement.

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