Sustainability

Everything we do is aimed at creating a stronger, lighter and more sustainable world. Sustainability is a central driving force for both us and our customers. We want to be the first to launch fossil-free steel on the market and to virtually eliminate carbon dioxide emissions from our own operations by around 2030.

Fossil-free steel Annual Report and Sustainability Report

Transforming the future of steel

SSAB’s breakthrough fossil-free technology is the first true steelmaking transformation for centuries. Our customers around the world will get premium high-strength steel, adapted to the future.

First with fossil-free steel

SSAB wants to be the first to launch fossil-free steel on the market and to largely eliminate carbon dioxide emissions from our own operations by around 2030. SSAB steels are already bringing environmental benefits to our customers.

Sustainability areas

SSAB’s sustainability work covers many different areas, such as the environment, health and safety, business ethics, and inclusion and diversity.

Reports and presentations

SSAB’s reports, documents and presentations are available here.

Sustainability news

May 20
Other news

Ruukki introduces new LowCarbon offering: emission reductions of up to 70%

Ruukki Construction, a subsidiary of SSAB Group, launches a new Ruukki® LowCarbon offering, which aims to respond to ever-tightening environmental regulations and customer needs to reduce the lifecycle emissions of their buildings. The first product in the range is Ruukki® Classic LowCarbon, a roof profile which has an emissions impact that is up to 70% lower than that of a roofing profile made of standard steel. In Scandinavia, the corresponding roofing range will be offered under the name Plannja Infinity.

May 14
Other press releases

Waste heat from SSAB Hämeenlinna to be used in district heating network

SSAB and energy company Loimua have agreed on the utilization of waste heat from SSAB Hämeenlinna (Finland) in the Hämeenlinna district heating network. Loimua will build a heating and cooling plant on SSAB's site. The plant will have a heating capacity of around 10 MW and produce approximately 70 GWh of district heat per year. This corresponds to the heating needs of approximately 3,000 single-family houses and covers around 15% of Hämeenlinna's heating needs.

Apr 29
Other press releases

SSAB and Nordec agree on deliveries of fossil-free steel

SSAB and Nordec have agreed on deliveries of fossil-free steel. Nordec will use the fossil-free steel in, for example, frame structures for buildings, façades and bridges.