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Steel is one of the central pillars of a green economy, in which economic growth and environmental responsibility are mutually dependent.

Steel products form the building blocks for achieving health & safety excellence in a wide range of end applications. Tata Steel therefore considers itself responsible for the performance of its steel in these end applications and works closely with its customers to improve product design and ensure structural integrity. Tata Steel's Technology Roadmap has interpreted product responsibility and quality to include the entire lifecycle of its products, mandating the development of safe product designs, efficient use of resources as well as deployment of eco-friendly technologies and processes.

Tata Steel Green Products

Why is Steel a Green product?

Steel is 100% recyclable, which means it can be reclaimed into the same material with the same quality again and again. Once steel is produced, its life-cycle is potentially endless. Recycling is especially important in a green economy because it conserves valuable resources.

Tata Steel ensures that the technologies and processes used to manufacture products must optimise resources and be carbon efficient. The Company’s Total Quality Management processes are aimed at continuously monitoring the safety and efficiency of its products through their lifecycle. While every process of Tata Steel from mining to manufacturing is reviewed under the Total Quality Management process, each product must undergo extremely stringent Technical Delivery Conditions, mandatory standards of customers aside from the applicable BIS standards.

Tata Steel believes its products are part of the solution to climate change, as steel has inherent environmental advantages, such as being durable, adaptable, reusable and recyclable. The completion of the 9.7 MTPA brownfield project has put Tata Steel firmly on its path to meeting its goals of adding new eco-efficient products to its portfolio while using fewer natural resources, less energy and less water per tonne of steel produced.