ArcelorMittal Gent – Steel: the fabric of life

ArcelorMittal Belgium - Steel, fabric of lifeArcelorMittal Belgium - Steel, fabric of life

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    ArcelorMittal Ghent takes the next step towards producing zero carbon-emissions steel by replacing fossil coal with Perpetual Next’s bio-coal

    ArcelorMittal Ghent has taken an important step in its decarbonisation journey by choosing to use high-quality bio-coal as a raw material for its steel production process.

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    A first in the steel industry: several ArcelorMittal sites obtain ResponsibleSteel certification

    Several ArcelorMittal sites obtain ResponsibleSteel certification

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    Storm is building Belgium’s first subsidy-free wind farm at ArcelorMittal Belgium in Ghent

    Storm is building largest wind turbines in Belgium on premises of ArcelorMittal Ghent. Opening of the yard by Flemish Minister Demir. It's the first subsidy-free wind farm in Belgium.

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    ArcelorMittal Belgium lifts bioreactors into place at its groundbreaking Steelanol plant for carbon-neutral steelmaking

    ArcelorMittal Belgium has marked a major milestone in the construction of its pioneering Steelanol project, with the arrival and lifting of four giant bioreactors at the Gent steel plant.
    The bioreactors, which will convert industrial gases captured during the steelmaking process into sustainable ethanol, are the central element of the installation, making their arrival and lifting the final major part of the Steelanol construction phase and the beginning of the next phase to install pipes and connect the equipment.

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Steel in your day-to-day life

  • Maybe even your car

    Did you know that ArcelorMittal Belgium provides steel to most of the automotive manufacturers?

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  • Fashionable buildings

    Did you know that many architects and building contractors utilise our steel?

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  • In your house

    Did you know that many of your household appliances contain steel made by ArcelorMittal Belgium?

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