EN-Corporate-News-2021-Next phase of project to decarbonise industry in South Wales receives funding

Phase Two of the project involves engineering studies to explore the routes to decarbonisation, including the use and production of a hydrogen supply, carbon capture usage and storage (CCUS) and CO2 shipping from South Wales which would be the first CO2 shipping industry in the whole of the UK, and would create an entire new industry for the region.

EN-Construction-Sustainability-Tata Steels Environmental Product Declarations EPDs

As the first steel manufacturer to become an approved Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) programme operator, Tata Steel now have the ability to create product specific EPDs that comply with EN 15804 and ISO 14025 standards.

Being able to supply product specific Type III externally verified EPDs, along with BES 6001 responsible sourcing certification, enables us to help our construction supply chains to accrue points, under building certification schemes such as LEED and BREEAM, on their building projects.

EN-Corporate-News-2020-Tata Steel unveils €300 million ‘Roadmap+’ plan to enhance the environment at IJmuiden plant in the Netherlands

The announcement of Roadmap+, which will also combat industrial odours and dust pollution at IJmuiden, coincides with the publication today of a progress report on Tata Steel’s Roadmap 2030 sustainability program involving 25 projects to enhance the company’s environmental performance.

As part of the €300 million Roadmap+ program, Tata Steel Netherlands will work closely with local authority and government leaders in the Province of Noord Holland to ensure the measures exceed environmental laws.

EN-Corporate-News-2020-Tata Steel helps government prepare green workforce of the future

As the UK’s largest steelmaker Tata Steel has been asked to assist government in drawing up plans which would see employees, many of whom are currently in high-emission industries, retrained as businesses accelerate towards meeting net-zero targets.

At the same time the plans will look at how future generations can access the education and skills they need to succeed and drive the pace to support a net-zero economy.

EN-Corporate-News-2020-Tata Steel and POSCO join forces to develop innovative high-speed travel of the future

Steel is an essential material in building the infrastructure needed for the hyperloop, including the tubes through which it would travel. The giant steel tubes required for the hyperloop have numerous unique features compared with normal tubes. For instance, they need to allow the passenger or freight vehicle inside to travel in a low-pressure environment – where air is removed to reduce resistance and minimise energy usage – as well as retaining straightness over long distances.

Combining technical expertise