New advanced steel grades are the lightweight automotive material that best addresses society’s need for reduced greenhouse gas emissions, without compromising safety, performance or affordability.
Steel offers the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any building material, with substantial discounts on builders risk insurance.
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SMDI and its partners are working together to develop sustainable steel-intensive solutions to meet challenges being faced in the automotive, construction and container industries.
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Scheduled June 26-27, the 2013 Steel Sustainability Summit will feature two days of presentations and training with leading experts covering the facts behind steel's superior environmental performance vs. competing materials. Topics will also include industry tactics to address competing material claims, key messages and market strategies for addressing sustainability. The Sustainability Summit is open to members of the American Iron and Steel Institute.
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Estimated Tons Recycled By Material Since January 1, 2013
5/17/2013 - Heenan was president of the Steel Recycling Institute and retired in 2010 after nearly 40 years of service in the steel industry.
5/16/2013 - A special section in the May 2013 issue brings together the newest and most relevant original research on the behavior and design of cold-formed steel structures.
5/15/2013 - Sponsored by the International Code Council, the annual campaign promotes what it takes to create and keep safe and sustainable structures.
5/14/2013 - The awards were presented at the MBMA Spring Meeting held May 5-7, 2013 in San Diego, CA.
5/8/2013 - AISI has been reaccredited by ANSI under its recently revised operating procedures for documenting consensus on AISI-sponsored American National Standards.
5/2/2013 - Recent research proves that AHSS body structures can be as lightweight as aluminum bodies, while meeting all crash performance standards.