U. S. Steel release sustainability report

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Pittsburgh-based United States Steel Corporation (U. S. Steel) recently released its 2023 sustainability report.

The report outlines the company’s investments, strategic plans and progress regarding the reduction of its carbon footprint, including progress toward achieving its goal of net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.

This year’s report highlights partnerships with government agencies, nonprofit organizations, energy and technology companies, and universities to reduce emissions and for carbon capture and utilization projects.

“U. S. Steel’s sustainability strategy is focused on our customers, our communities, our people and the planet,” Christian Gianni, U. S. Steel senior vice president of sustainability and chief technology officer, said. “To meet the needs of the market today and pave the way for the industry tomorrow, our team is constantly developing and improving innovative steel products. ‘The Future of Steel’ report not only highlights our efforts but underscores how well positioned we are to continue this important work.”

The report also highlights cultural and safety achievements.

The company’s facilities reported no heat-related OSHA Recordable Injuries in 2023.

U. S. Steel operates in the United States and Central Europe. It has an annual raw steelmaking capability of 22.4 million net tons, and serves the appliance, automotive, construction, containers, energy, and packaging industries.