At Isinox Steel Group, our Goal is to achieve Zero Discharge at out plants and keep
our carbon footprint light.
The raw material that goes into the melting process of Stainless Steel is largely recycled metal.
We aim to not only reduce the consumption of natural resources in our factories, but also to minimize
the gas, chemical and solid waste generated in the production process.
Factories are equipped with primary and secondary treatment systems to capture and clean the fumes generated during steel making. The waste gases from the melting furnaces and converter are dedusted in the primary treatment system, and any such gases that escape are captured through the secondary treatment system, which purifies them and finally emits clean air.
Similarly, the fumes generated from the annealing and pickling processes are scrubbed and sent to effluent treatment plants. The dust generated from the extraction is sent to an independent and certified solid waste management facility for final treatment and disposal.