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Steel company goes green

U.S. Steel Košice (also known as the East Slovakian Iron Works) made environmental improvements worth Sk700 million (€17.5 million) to its production facilities this year. It plans to invest another Sk2.5 billion (€62 million) on a secondary dust-removal unit in Converter Steel Plant I, the SITA news agency reported.

A subsidiary of United States Steel, the company is one of Europe's modern steel strip producers. Customers include automotive manufacturers and appliance makers, among others.

Compiled by Martina Jurinová from press reports
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