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Circular economy: watch the EUROFER Circular Economy webinar of 3 February 2021
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EUROFER Engage | Webinar - The Circular Economy Action Plan: from Proposal to Reality
Missed this webinar? You can watch it below.
In 2020, the EU published a Circular Economy Action Plan. This Action Plan is an important step in developing a truly circular economy in Europe.
EUROFER is holding a webinar on 3 February 2021, starting from 10:30. This webinar will explore the latest policy changes the EU is planning, and what they mean for the sustainability of products policy, resource efficiency and the EU’s climate change objectives.
As the EU’s circular action plan takes shape, it is more important than ever to identify the right policies to ensure that the right materials are used for the right applications, that they can be recovered, recycled and remanufactured, and that the absolute minimum of waste is produced from the cycle.
EUROFER’s views on how steel can support the circular economy were also be presented – arguing that steel is an excellent example of the circular economy in practice.
Brussels, 18 January 2021 – EUROFER welcomes the extension for another five years of EU anti-dumping measures on imports of grain-oriented flat-rolled products of silicon-electrical steel (“GOES”) from China, Japan, South Korea, Russia and the US. This important step will help EU GOES producers keep contributing to Europe’s energy efficiency and climate targets of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
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Following the European Commission regulation  imposing definitive anti-dumping duties on imports of steel wind towers from China published on 16/12/2021, the European Steel Association has issued the following statement: