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  • Responsible Steel

    Responsible Steel

    Responsiblesteel project moves to separate entity Background - Increasingly governments, businesses and society at large are focusing attention on the origins of the materials and products they specify and use and are seeking assurances that sustainability principles and responsible sourcing… Read more

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    Steel Chain Footprint

    Steel Chain Footprint

    Australia’s Steel Value Chain Footprint has now been mapped With data contributions coming in the main from Steel Stewardship Forum (SSF) members whose activities range from mining at the beginning of the chain, through steel manufacturing, processing, fabrication, use, reuse and recycling,… Read more

  • Socio-economic initiatives

    Socio-economic initiatives

    In conjunction with SSF member Greening Australia, Michael Mobbs and Tankworks, the SSF is funding the construction of an ecoPOP as a test case for further small and medium steel value chain business involvement in locally based social improvement. What is an ecoPOP An ecoPOP is a small… Read more

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    Other Projects

    The Steel Stewardship Forum’s initial focus is on the two core projects, The Steel Chain Footprint Project and Responsible Steel Project, as this forms the basic structure of the overall entity in the future. A number of other projects have been identified as potential areas of interest to… Read more

Steel Chain Footprint

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Australia’s Steel Value Chain Footprint has now been mapped With data contributions coming…

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Responsible Steel Update

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