Magnitogorsk Metal Makers Got High Marks From Bureau Veritas Certification Holding SAS
11.02.2010 — News
THE CHELYABINSK OBLAST.
The electric furnace steel making process deployment project being implemented at the Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel Works JSC is fully compliant with the Kyoto Protocol. This conclusion has been issued by Bureau Veritas Certification Holding SAS, the company that has audited the plant.
The press service of the enterprise informed RusBusinessNews that the project enabled the company to decrease emissions of greenhouse gases into atmosphere in 2008-2009 by 7.4 million tons. The Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel Works is one of the first Russian enterprises in the ferrous metallurgy sector to achieve such significant results in the implementation of the international environmental agreement.
The plant is ready to take part in the call for tenders for the inclusion of the project into the register of carbon emissions. In the nearest future Sberbank, the Savings Bank of the Russian Federation, which is the intermediary between industrial companies and the Ministry for Economic Development of the RF will start receiving the necessary documentation.
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