Ilva eyes DRI switch at Taranto plant in bid to slash pollution

Taranto, Europe’s largest steel mill, could switch to using direct reduced iron (DRI) instead of iron ore in a bid to reduce toxic emissions, according to the industrial plan drafted by former special commissioner Enrico Bondi.


The switch to DRI at the Ilva-owned Taranto steel plant in Italy has been highlighted as a key step to cut pollution at the facility, according an environmental plan (AIA) approved...

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Antonio Peciccia

June 09, 2014

20:04 GMT