Metallurgy uses immense energy and hazardous substances to transform raw materials into the precise blend of alloys required by our clients. In turn, these Alloys can be used in making useful, affordable and long-lasting products, including vehicles and buildings, for a sustainable way of life.
Although Aperam is an industry leader in sustainability, we continue to strive to improve. With our new 2030 milestones to be set in terms of energy, CO2, air and water, our goal is to minimize the impact our production processes have on the environment and our neighbours.

We are proud to be providing the world’s “greenest stainless steel”.

The 2030 objectives against the 2015 baseline are:

  • -15% CO2 emissions,
  • -11% energy usage (electricity and natural gas),
  • -40% water intake,
  • -70% in dust emissions,
  • and target waste recycling rate >97%

    CO2 & Energy

    As a sector with a high level of energy consumption, steel companies like Aperam must take specific steps to reduce its carbon footprint and achieve energy savings. With a 15% reduction of CO2 emissions in 2030, its ambition is to become carbon neutral in its European operations by 2050.


    Dust & Air Emissions

    Aperam aims to achieve a 70% reduction in the intensity of ducted dust in 2030 over 2015 levels.


    Waste & Recycling

    From recovering the metallic content of our melting shop dust to our commitment to becoming a zero-waste company, it’s no stretch to say that Aperam is a recycling champion.



    Aperam has defined a 40% reduction target in terms of water consumption in 2030 over 2015.


    Latest Recognitions


    Reconfirmed as "AA" (Leadership level) by MSCI


    Rated "B" (Leadership level) by CDP


    Listed in Excellence registers


    Rated Silver by EcoVadis

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