Western Australia’s first steel mill forges ahead

Green Steel of WA is forging ahead with a project to construct a green steel recycling mill, with the submission of a works approval this week. This milestone marks the completion of all primary project approval submissions, paving the way to a final investment decision for the project this calendar year, with operations slated to…

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Major milestone reached for Western Australia’s first steel mill

Green Steel of WA has officially lodged an application for development approval to construct a green steel recycling mill in Collie. The project, estimated at $400 million, represents a significant leap toward establishing Western Australia’s first green steel mill and creating a sustainable steel industry for the state. It is on track for a final…

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First Collie community information session a success

The Green Steel team was delighted with the turnout to our first community information session in Collie last week, particularly at this busy time of year. The session had a great turnout of people from local government and council, unions, industry and the community resulting in a very interactive session where we shared details about…

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Rail extension design almost complete

We’re excited to announce the design of the rail extension into our site is almost complete. Rail transport is an essential part of our project as we will be moving almost 1,000,000 tonnes of material to and from our site. By using rail rather than road, we will avoid up to 30,000 trucks travelling from…

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WA’s first-ever green steel conference

Well, that’s a wrap for WA’s first-ever green steel conference! Thank you Hon Bill Johnston and everyone involved for your time and great insights. It was amazing to see so many people in one place, all committed to transforming the steel industry. Green Steel APAC 15-16 Nov 2023 – Parmelia Hilton Perth NETWORKING COCKTAIL SPONSOR:…

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Drill rig hard at work at our Collie mill site

Drill rig hard at work at our Collie mill site carrying out geotechnical investigations. This is an important step in understanding the ground conditions so that we can design the foundations to support the 11,000 tonnes of equipment soon to be installed. Thank you WML Consultants Pty Ltd and your team.

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Please welcome Michael!

Green Steel of WA is pleased to announce the appointment of Michael Harrison, as partner in charge of Baker Botts, legal advisers to our Collie Green Steel Recycling Mill Project. Michael has extensive experience across energy, resources and infrastructure projects and transactions across the Asia Pacific region. He has delivered successful outcomes for developers, financiers and…

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Site surveys complete

Our team were busy at work recently completing the last of our detailed site surveys. (Thank you BCE Surveying!) With detailed site surveys now completed, we can now finalise our engineering and design of earthworks required to build the (very large) pad on which WA’s first steel mill be built! Onwards to FID!

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Decarbonise through steel recycling

Recycling is one of the best ways to reduce CO2 emissions from steel, particularly when using an electric arc furnace (EAF). Besides using far less energy than primary steel production, almost all of the energy used in an EAF is electricity which is relatively easy to decarbonise. Steel’s unique magnetic properties make it a comparatively…

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