Letter of Manfred Van Vlierberghe, CEO ArcelorMittal Belgium
Letter of Manfred Van Vlierberghe, CEO ArcelorMittal Belgium with regards to the Coronavirus.
ArcelorMittal Europe announces 30% CO2 emissions reducton target by 2030
ArcelorMittal invests in new sustainability programme across Europe
ArcelorMittal today announces plans to roll out a new sustainability programme across Europe, aiming to secure ResponsibleSteel site certification for all its ArcelorMittal Europe - Flat Products sites.
Eneco and ArcelorMittal unveil Belgium’s largest solar roof
The installation of more than 27,000 solar panels on the roof of ArcelorMittal in Ghent has been completed, resulting in the largest sunroof in Belgium.
ArcelorMittal chooses Energiency’s artificial intelligence to save energy in steel coils processing
ArcelorMittal and Energiency have signed a three-year contract with the aim of achieving at least a 5% energy savings per year in ArcelorMittal’s Geel plant in Belgium.
Two pioneering projects to further reduce carbon emissions
ArcelorMittal Belgium starts construction on two pioneering projects to further reduce carbon emissions.
Inauguration of Fortiform® furnace at ArcelorMittal Gent
An ultra-modern furnace in ArcelorMittal Gent's Sidgal 3 hot dip galvanizing line was officially inaugurated today in the presence of Honorary Governor Jan Briers.
Corporate Responsibility Report 2017
Our ‘Corporate Responsibility Report’ 2017 is now available online.
‘All Weather Terminal’ First for Ghent port area
ArcelorMittal Gent, the Flemish investment company “Participatiemaatschappij Vlaanderen” (“PMV”), Euroports and North Sea Port are collaborating on the first ever roofed loading bay and warehouse in Ghent: the “All Weather Terminal” (AWT). An investment worth more than 50 million euros.
ArcelorMittal and LanzaTech break ground on €150million project to revolutionise blast furnace carbon emissions capture
ArcelorMittal has begun construction of new premises at its site in Ghent, Belgium, to house a pioneering new installation which will convert carbon-containing gas from its blast furnaces into bioethanol. If proved successful, the new concept has the potential to revolutionise blast furnace carbon emissions capture and support the decarbonisation of the transport sector.
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