Decarbonising structural steelwork

Thursday 15th September 2022
11:00  -  11:50 | FREE to attend, register now

Theatre :  Circular Economy and Resources 

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Steel is the backbone of modern economies and underpins many industrial sectors, including construction which accounts for more than half of all steel use globally. Steel also has a vital role to play to facilitate the transition to a zero-carbon economy and the industrial and infrastructure revolution that is required to decarbonise the UK by 2050.

Decarbonising structural steelwork requires co-ordinated effort by all parts of the supply through a range of supply and demand-side measures.

This panel will discuss what the supply is doing to decarbonise and the challenges and the opportunities the sector faces.

It will include steel production, design and fabrication efficiencies and circular economy aspects including reusing structural steelwork.

Lee Adcock, Environment and Sustainability Director at British SteelLee Adcock Environment and Sustainability Director
British Steel
Martin Quinn, Head of Technical Project Delivery at GPEMartin Quinn Head of Technical Project Delivery
GPE
Michael SamsonMichael Sansom Sustainability Manager
BCSA
Penny Gowler, Director and Head of Sustainability at elliottwoodPenny Gowler Director and Head of Sustainability at elliottwood
Elliott Wood
Sara-Halliday, Sustainability Manager at ServerfieldSara Halliday Sustainability Manager
Severfield plc

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