Another European company commits to 100% net zero steel


Belgium Smulders has joined SteelZero and committed to using, procuring, or specifying 100 percent net zero steel by 2050.

Smulders is joining SteelZero alongside two other key suppliers from the construction, architectural, and engineering industries. The company is indicating the growing need for net zero steel by pledging to using 100 percent net zero steel by 2050.

The declaration demonstrates this sector’s growing desire to eliminate carbon emissions related with the built environment and renewable energy infrastructure.

Smulders joins Ørsted and the other SteelZero members in promoting the decarbonization of the steel business in the construction, property, and renewable energy sectors. SteelZero will be launched in December 2020.