Unlike other customers who use XCarb® green steel certificates to reduce their own Scope 3 emissions, Olint will pass them on to Rufster customers. The goal is to inspire clients to make environmentally friendly purchasing decisions when buying roofing products.
On Tuesday 16 November, 11:00 CET, ArcelorMittal Europe – Flat Products organises a webinar in Spanish on the latest innovations in prepainted steels to meet the new requirements for facades and roofs.
“ArcelorMittal’s XCarb® green steel certificates will help us orient the door market towards a greener future,” says Luc De Deygere, CEO of Epco. “We see the certificates as a major opportunity for all involved.”
On October 26th, starting at 10.00 CEST, ArcelorMittal will host a webinar to take a deep dive into the importance of Electrical Steels, and the future that will be unlocked through their implementation.
ArcelorMittal Europe will be present at Architect@Work Kortrijk (Belgium) on 21 and 22 October, on stand 226, presenting its latest innovations such as Granite® HDXtreme, combined with ArcelorMittal Construction innovative cladding solutions.
Steel is needed to create green products, such as wind mills for example. As ArcelorMittal Europe, we are also committed to reduce our own CO2 emissions. Thanks to investments in our plants at Avilés and Gijón we can now supply higher quality heavy steel plate with a reduced CO2 footprint, allowing our customers to buy XCarb® green steel certificates to reduce their Scope 3 emissions.
161 ArcelorMittal steel blocks weighing more than 800 kg each were placed at the base of the Arc de Triomphe for Christo’s “L’Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped” installation. The steel was cast in our ArcelorMittal Europe – Flat Products site in Dunkirk and distributed by our ArcelorMittal Downstream Solutions Savigny agency.