Six mills meet China’s ‘ultra-low’ emission standards
Dec 18, 2020 09:30
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Six major integrated mills have been recognised by the China Iron & Steel Association (CISA) as being the first to meet tough new ‘ultra-low’ emission standards laid down for the industry as part of the country’s drive to achieve cleaner steelmaking. For most of the six, CISA’s accolade has been achieved at considerable financial cost in environmental protection facilities, though the mills will be in a position to recoup some of their outlay with the help of preferential policies, Mysteel Global notes.
The six mills are Shougang Qian’an Iron & Steel Co (Qian’an Steel), Shougang Jingtang United Iron & Steel Co, Delong Steel and Xinxing Ductile Iron Pipes Co in North China’s Hebei province, Taiyuan Iron & Steel Co in North China’s Shanxi province and Rizhao steelworks of Shandong Iron & Steel