Brazilian steelmaker Companhia Siderurgica Nacional’s German subsidiary Stahlwerk Thuringen announced that after integration into the Brazilian CSN Group in 2012, it is able to focus on sustainability and Decarbonization, N&D, and to push them further. To achieve this goal, topics such as the reduction of CO2-equivalent emissions within production processes, but also in the logistics to customers and from our suppliers to the mill, are essential. With a 100% scrap based inputs and scrap deliveries within an area of 300 to 400 km around, Stahlwerk Thuringen itself is a sustainably operating recycling company. Thanks to the use of green electricity, CO2-neutral logistics and the reuse & best possible recycling of intermediate and residual materials, Stahlwerk Thuringen is approaching goal of climate neutrality.Stahlwerk Thuringen intends to implement further effective improvements in terms of sustainability and Decarbonization in the future and has achieved a milestone with first sustainable product line, Stahlwerk Thüringen Green Steel, whose manufacturing process has a low CO2 emission of less than 400 kg CO2 per ton of sections steel. This value can be verified thanks to an audited environmental product declaration in accordance with ISO 14025 and EN 15804+A1.In cooperation with, Klöckner & Co, Stahlwerk Thuringen strives for an effectively positioning of Green Steel on the European markets and has signed a global agreement for the supply of CO2-reduced sections steel and launched the first SWT Stahlwerk Thüringen Green Steel product deliveries. To enable customers to see reliably, transparently and easily what the CO2 profile of a product purchased from Klöckner & Co looks like in the future, Klöckner & Co has developed a rating scale for green and CO2-reduced steel in cooperation with the Boston Consulting Group. The scale is based on international, science-based standards and categorizes CO2-reduced steel based on certified emissions across the entire value chain from raw material extraction to production Stahlwerk Thuringen is equipped with a 1.1 million tonnes per year EAF-based melt shop and the product range includes beams and channels.