CELSA Group reduces its CO2 emissions by 22% and places themselves
36.8% below the average for the steel sector in the EU.
CELSA Group reduces
its CO2 emissions by 22%
and places themselves
36,8% below the average
for the steel sector
in the EU.
CELSA GROUP CIRCULARITY AND SUSTAINABILITY REPORT 2021
CELSA Group reduces its CO2 emissions by 22% and places themselves 36.8% below the average for the steel sector in the EU.
CELSA Group has reduced CO2 emissions (scope 1 and 2) from its production plants by 22% since it began its decarbonization plans in 2015 and placed them in 2021 at 263 kg of CO2/t of steel, 36.8% below the average for the European Union steel sector.
The company has published its 2021 sustainability report that includes CELSA GROUP’s strategy in this area and the indicators that consolidate it as the largest circular supply chain in Europe.
Since its beginnings, CELSA Group has been working to become part of the solution to the main systemic risks on the planet. On the one hand, contributing to the mitigation of both climate change and the depletion of natural resources through its commitment to low-emission production and its circularity, and on the other, committing to sustainability objectives in line with the European Union in terms of decarbonization.
CELSA Group has set the time horizon of 2050 to be a Net Positive company and 2030 to achieve a reduction in CO2 emissions (scope 1 and 2) by 50% (compared to 2019 in CO2 intensity). Regarding its circularity objectives, CELSA Group aims to reach 98% circularity by 2030 and complete circularity and be a Zero Waste company in 2050.
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CELSA GROUP, THE FIRST CIRCULAR SUPPLY CHAIN
We produce circular and low-carbon steel from scrap and using the electric furnace technology.