Decarbonisation is the most important aspect of ArcelorMittal’s long-term strategy. We are aligning with the Paris Agreement’s goals and the European Green Deal by committing to reduce European CO2 emissions by 35% by 2030 and be carbon-neutral by 2050.
To achieve the above goal, ArcelorMittal is undertaking numerous steps with regard to the production process (a shift from blast furnace to DRI), reusability of sheet piles, and optimisation of the lifespan with the help SmartSheetPile technology. On this page, you can find brochures that will give you more insights in the use of ArcelorMittal sheet piles.
SmartSheetPile is an innovative solution designed to make infrastructure safer and more cost-effective. The sheet pile wall is monitored in real time by multiple sensors, measuring a variety of parameters. The SmartSheetPile solution helps reducing maintenance costs, optimising the use of structures and preventing failures.
An overview of the benefits of steel sheet piles in terms of sustainability and circular economy.
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Covering the two mills located in Luxembourg, which recycle steel in an EAF (Electric Arc Furnace).
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The new EcoSheetPile™ Plus brand, essential part of ArcelorMittal's XCarb™ recycled and renewably produced initiative, is based on the Electric Arc Furnace route using 100% recycled material and is additionally using 100% renewable electricity.
How can we reduce the carbon footprint of civil engineering projects? In infrastructure, defining and monetizing environmental criteria based on EPDs and LCAs is one method used in public procurement in the Netherlands.
Life Cycle Assessment comparing the environmental impact (focusing on the greenhouse gas emissions) of two different solutions for the execution of a quay wall for a cruise ships terminal.
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Life Cycle Assessment comparing the environmental impact of four different solutions for the execution of the retaining wall of an underground car park.
Dixeran® is a declutching detector system for steel sheet piles, mostly used for containment walls to verify its integrity below ground level (imperviousness).