Category: Dillingen

With the coke gas injection system, Dillinger and Saarstahl are reducing their CO2 emissions | Image: Dirk Martin, Saarstahl
Dillingen

Hydrogen-based steel production starts in Saarland

According to Saarstahl / Dillinger, Germany's first plant for hydrogen-based steel production went into operation in Saarland today. The 14 million euro investment is intended to reduce CO2 emissions and create the conditions for “green hydrogen in practice”.

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Night shot of blast furnace 5 of ROGESA, image: Dillinger
Dillingen

Blast furnace of the "Rogesa" contaminates air

Due to a technical malfunction, blast furnace 4 at ROGESA has been producing visible clouds of smoke for around ten days. These are coal dust particles, as ROGESA reports on August 17 to selected news companies, including the Saarbrücker Zeitung.

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