Steel recycling a cost-effective way to cut emissions in nearer term, report says

Published 08:30 on December 17, 2021  /  Last updated at 01:13 on January 6, 2022  /  Americas, Asia Pacific, Australia, Carbon Taxes, CBAM, China, EMEA, Japan, South Korea, US  /  No Comments

Expansion of scrap steel recycling technology will be a key nearer term opportunity to lower emissions from carbon-intensive steelmaking, especially among Asian producers such as China, Japan, and South Korea, where its use is lower compared with the US and EU, a report released on Friday has claimed.

Expansion of scrap steel recycling technology will be a key nearer term opportunity to lower emissions from carbon-intensive steelmaking, especially among Asian producers such as China, Japan, and South Korea, where its use is lower compared with the US and EU, a report released on Friday has claimed.

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