SteelZero members

Forward-looking organisations have joined SteelZero, making a commitment to procuring, specifying or stocking 100% net zero steel by 2050 at the latest. You can read about our members' commitments here.

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SteelZero Members' Commitments

A.P. Moller - Maersk

To transition to 100% of its steel requirement to be net zero by 2050 and to transition 50% of its steel requirement to meet the SteelZero interim criteria by 2030.

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Barrett Steel Limited

To transition to 100% of its steel requirement to be net zero before 2050 and to transition 50% of its steel requirement to meet the SteelZero interim criteria by 2030.

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BHC

To transition to 100% of its steel requirement to be net zero by 2050 and to transition 50% of its steel requirement to meet the SteelZero interim criteria by 2030.

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Billington Structures Ltd.

To transition to 100% of its steel requirement to be net zero by 2050 and to transition 50% of its steel requirement to meet the SteelZero interim criteria by 2030.

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B+M Steel

To transition to 100% of its steel requirement to be net zero by 2050 and to transition 50% of its steel requirement to meet the SteelZero interim criteria by 2030.

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Bourne Group

To transition to 100% of its steel requirement to be net zero by 2050 and to transition 50% of its steel requirement to meet the SteelZero interim criteria by 2030.

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Deconstruct UK

To transition to 100% of its steel requirement to be net zero by 2050 and to transition 50% of its steel requirement to meet the SteelZero interim criteria by 2030.

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Eiffage Métal France

To transition to 100% of its steel requirement to be net zero by 2050 and to transition 50% of its steel requirement to meet the SteelZero interim criteria by 2030.

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Grosvenor Property UK

To transition to 100% of its steel requirement to be net zero by 2050 and to transition 50% of its steel requirement to meet the SteelZero interim criteria by 2030.

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Iberdrola

To transition to 100% of its steel requirement to be net zero by 2050 and to transition 50% of its steel requirement to meet the SteelZero interim criteria by 2030.

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Landsec

To transition to 100% of its steel requirement to be net zero by 2050 and to transition 50% of its steel requirement to meet the SteelZero interim criteria by 2030.

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Lendlease

To transition to 100% of its steel requirement to be net zero by 2040 and to transition 50% of its steel requirement to meet the SteelZero interim criteria by 2030.

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Mace Group

To transition to 100% of its steel requirement to be net zero by 2040 and to transition 50% of its steel requirement to meet the SteelZero interim criteria by 2026.

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MetStructures

To transition to 100% of its steel requirement to be net zero by 2050 and to transition 50% of its steel requirement to meet the SteelZero interim criteria by 2030.

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Morrow + Lorraine

To transition to 100% of its steel requirement to be net zero by 2050 and to transition 50% of its steel requirement to meet the SteelZero interim criteria by 2030.

Go to the Morrow + Lorraine website

Multiplex Construction Europe

To transition to 100% of its steel requirement to be net zero by 2050 and to transition 50% of its steel requirement to meet the SteelZero interim criteria by 2030.

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Ørsted

To transition to 100% of its steel requirement to be net zero by 2040 and to transition 50% of its steel requirement to meet the SteelZero interim criteria by 2030.

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Severfield plc

To transition to 100% of its steel requirement to be net zero by 2050 and to transition 50% of its steel requirement to meet the SteelZero interim criteria by 2030.

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Siemens Gamesa

To transition to 100% of its steel requirement to be net zero by 2040 and to transition 50% of its steel requirement to meet the SteelZero interim criteria by 2030.

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Smulders

To transition to 100% of its steel requirement to be net zero by 2050 and to transition 50% of its steel requirement to meet the SteelZero interim criteria by 2030.

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Skanska UK

To transition to 100% of its steel requirement to be net zero by 2050 and to transition 50% of its steel requirement to meet the SteelZero interim criteria by 2030.

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SKF

To transition to 100% of its steel requirement to be net zero by 2050 and to transition 50% of its steel requirement to meet the SteelZero interim criteria by 2030.

Go to the SKF Group website

Vattenfall BA Wind

To transition to 100% of its steel requirement to be net zero by 2050 and to transition 50% of its steel requirement to meet the SteelZero interim criteria by 2030.

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ViaCon Group

To transition to 100% of its steel requirement to be net zero by 2050 and to transition 50% of its steel requirement to meet the SteelZero interim criteria by 2030.

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Volvo Cars

To transition to 100% of its steel requirement to be net zero by 2050 and to transition 50% of its steel requirement to meet the SteelZero interim criteria by 2030.

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William Hare

To transition to 100% of its steel requirement to be net zero by 2050 and to transition 50% of its steel requirement to meet the SteelZero interim criteria by 2030.

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WSP UK

To transition to 100% of its steel requirement to be net zero by 2050 and to transition 50% of its steel requirement to meet the SteelZero interim criteria by 2030.

Go to the WSP UK website

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