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President’s Column: February 2021

It’s public news that steel section prices have increased dramatically over the last six months, mainly on the back of commodity prices rising for both BOS …

Adaptable steel for future buildings

The immediate future for commercial buildings looks challenging as the economy emerges from the pandemic-enforced lockdown. Nick Barrett says that the …

Aiming for zero carbon steelmaking

ArcelorMittal says it is at the forefront of an initiative to ensure the steelmaking sector achieves the Paris Agreement’s environmental aspirations. In 2015 …

President’s Column – February 2020

There’s little doubt that climate change and sustainability are gaining momentum in our domestic lives as well as in industry. Greta Thurnberg argues that …

ArcelorMittal zeroes in on waste

Sustainability tops the agenda at ArcelorMittal as the company acts to help create a more sustainable future for the steel industry and the environment. …

Completing The O₂’s inner circle

A retail village being constructed around part of The O₂ Arena is helping to finally complete the ring of outlets surrounding the well-known venue. Martin …

An introduction to steelmaking

People have been making iron and steel for centuries. Steel remains the backbone of modern industrialised economies. It’s hard to imagine a world without …

Structural steel reuse

Following on from last month’s NSC article on Steel and the circular economy, Michael Sansom of the SCI focuses on structural steel reuse and in particular, …

Steel and the circular economy

All steel construction products are inherently recyclable but structural steel elements are also inherently reusable. These and many other attributes of …

Steel prototype building demonstrates sustainable approach

A steel-framed prototype building, being exhibited as part of the London Design Festival, is demonstrating the viability of a circular sustainable economy …

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