Environmental challenges are heating up.
Is your metal-processing company’s value at risk because of your environmental impact? Is the challenge to attract and retain labor affecting production? Is your facility optimized to keep your people safe, maximize throughput and reduce operational cost?
Industry Knowledge Center.
Decarbonization Challenge for Steel
This article by McKinsey & Company, discusses the challenges of decarbonization in the steel industry and outlines potential strategies to reduce emissions.
With risks this high, the heat is on.
Casting facilities are dramatic environments. With such extreme conditions, worker safety is always a concern. But that’s not the only risk. The relentless heat presents severe environmental challenges for lighting, equipment, and mechanical systems. Engineered smart solutions are constantly put to the test. And as the climate changes, these challenges continue to grow. It becomes harder and harder to maximize output and reduce operational costs, ultimately putting a company’s value at risk.
Environmental factors can create a massive barrier to attracting and retaining labor. And no labor means no production. Casting facilities must minimize these harmful environmental elements.
- Extreme heat
- Excessive dust and grit
- Toxic vapors
- Severe vibration
Keep it cool.
Wasmer is an expert in casting facility optimization. By reducing the carbon footprint of steel, decreasing emissions and VOCs, and eliminating stormwater contamination, you can increase your ability to attract and maintain labor, not to mention, appease the growing investor and public interest in sustainability. We’ll take a holistic approach to your facility and design a strategy to implement various sustainable initiatives.
- Attract and retain labor
- Pressure to reduce carbon footprint of steel
- Emissions, VOCs
- Stormwater contamination
- Hydrogen-based steel production
- Growing investor and public interest in sustainability
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Wasmer will be there in person, shoulder to shoulder, sweating with me to figure it out.