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BlueScope extends recycled water agreement

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BlueScope has renewed its agreement with Sydney Water to use recycled water at the Port Kembla Steelworks.

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Sustainability at BlueScope - a discussion

Philippa Stone

BlueScope is an active corporate partner of the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA), the authority on sustainable building in Australia, and its Green Star program.

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Osprey cam returns to Steelscape

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Ospreys have nested atop a light pole at Steelscape’s Kalama WA facility for the last decade.

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BlueScope responds to bushfire crisis

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We have been shocked and saddened by the devastation and loss of life caused by the horrendous bushfires which continue to threaten many regions and communities across Australia.

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Community engagement award: protecting coral reefs

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Today we profile the winner of BlueScope's 2019 Community Engagement award: 

NS BlueScope Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei:  Helping save coral reefs 

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Environment improvement award: building resilience

Solar Farm

Today we profile the second joint winner of BlueScope's 2019 Environment Improvement Award

Australian Steel Products - Solar Farm Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) 

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BlueScope commits to ResponsibleSteel certification

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Speaking at ResponsibleSteel™ Forum II in Wollongong, Australia, BlueScope Managing Director and CEO, Mark Vassella, announced BlueScope’s commitment to certification of our largest global manufacturing site, the Port Kembla Steelworks, to the ResponsibleSteel Standard™ and Certification scheme.

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