Steel producer ArcelorMittal has officially commissioned its Torero plant, which converts waste wood into bio-coal at its steelmaking site in Ghent, Belgium. The first bio-coal made by the plant was successfully used in a blast furnace on 18 December, the company said. By reducing the use of fossil coal in the blast furnace, ArcelorMittal aims to lower the site’s carbon emissions by 112,500 tonnes per year (tpa). The company's "Steelanol" carbon capture and utilisation (CCU) project at the same site is also making progress....
Arcelor Mittal’s Torero project uses first bio-coal derived from waste wood in blast furnace
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