Spanish certification authority Asociación Española de Normalización y Certificación (Aenor) has awarded steelmaker Celsa’s three new service centres with the Sustainable N Mark, Kallanish notes. This includes the Illescas facility in the Castilla–La Manch region, Barcelona-based Castellbisbal and Seville’s Dos Hermanas.
“With this recognition, we continue to make progress in building a more sustainable future and we are convinced that the market will increasingly recognise the responsible commitment of companies like ours and choose products that contribute to reducing the carbon footprint, such as our circular steel,” says Celsa Steel Services product director Xavier de la Hoz. “The certification confirms that steel products are sustainable from an ESG standpoint, and it reinforces Celsa’s commitment to achieving net zero.”
Aenor’s N Mark distinguishes more than 100,000 products in 53 countries, recognising sustainability factors through the analysis of 60 product indicators from the industry and construction sectors.
Todor Kirkov Bulgaria