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    SUSTAINABILITY EXPEDITION

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SSAB has embarked on a sustainability expedition that revolutionizes steel throughout its lifecycle – from steelmaking, to end use and 100% recyclability. Today, SSAB’s blast furnaces emit 7% less CO2 than the EU average, but we are reaching for more. Innovations in the HYBRIT cooperation puts steelmaking on track to be fossil-free by 2045. 

Already by 2025, continuous improvements and process technology advances will reduce current CO2 emissions by 25%. More than our production process, we know our products and offering are also part of the solution. Customers can already achieve significant CO2 savings by using SSAB’s quality high-strength steels in their products.

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Sustainability Expedition blogs:

4 Dec
SSAB initiates study in Finland for fossil-free steel
SSAB starts a study in Finland for fossil-free steelmaking. In line with the HYBRIT project, SSAB is taking the next step for a completely fossil-free steel value chain. In partnership with Gasum, Neste and St1, SSAB is initiating an Energy4HYBRIT prefeasibility study supported by Business Finland to investigate the use of fossil-free energy sources, primarily biomaterial side-streams, to replace fossil fuels in certain steelmaking processes, for example rolling processes. The Raahe mill will act as SSAB’s pilot.
14 Nov
SSAB to be first to market with fossil-free steel
Global steel company SSAB plans to be the first company in the world to get fossil-free steel onto the market. The plan for transitioning to iron-ore based fossil-free steel production was presented to more than 400 customers and key players in the industry, in conjunction with SSAB’s Swedish Steel Prize seminars this week in Stockholm.
15 Oct
New appeal for sustainable speeds aims to save lives on the road
SSAB is working together with the Swedish Transport Administration and some of Sweden’s biggest buyers of transport services to launch an appeal to transport buyers to use procurement as a tool to make demands for sustainable speeds. The aim is to reduce the number of accidents and to save lives,
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