VAMA on one side will help its customers in making environment friendly, more fuel efficient, and safer cars but will also set high standards in terms of environment protection, energy savings, and sustainable production.
Benefit from ArcelorMittal’s network of research centers, product development and engineering teams, VAMA has been in developing new automotive steel products which meet the modern world’s demands for cost effective, lightweight, high-quality, environmentally-friendly materials.
VAMA is working continuously to make production processes more efficient by reducing resource usage and wastage.
After SOP, we collected and analyzed air, water, energy, and residue data to address any potential concerns of communities around the plant and report on our performance regularly.
We are committed to meet Chinese and global standards in disposal of toxic and waste material, fire prevention, water and waste recycling, and reducing soil, water, and air pollution. VAMA will continuously invest in world class equipment and infrastructure to monitor and improve energy efficiency and pollution control.
VAMA is aware of the impact that climate change will have in the region where its plant is located as well as in entire China. There are three main risks relating to climate change that could affect our business:
An increase in production costs originating from new and stricter environmental regulations, potential physical impact of climate change on our operations and distribution networks, and demands of higher levels of performance and disclosure from customers and social community.
We recognize that steel making is a resource intensive industry, however, as a responsible producer we support greener products and services requiring low carbon emissions and energy consumption and helping our customers and end users to reduce CO2emissions.
Reducing our carbon footprint is one of our top priorities.
Preserving and nurturing biodiversity and environment within and around our workplace is an important responsibility.
VAMA has carried out detailed environmental and social impact assessment taking into account loss or degradation of ecosystem and habitat, impact on local communities, and water and soil erosion.
VAMA has been organizing the tree planting activity since 2015 and over 300 person-time employees took part in planting 440 trees ( including 107 osmanthus trees, 55 willow trees, 110 fruit trees and other trees.), 300 willow branches, 1200 poplar branches and 97 Rhododendron, 3 new fish meadows, and transplanting 59 trees with poor growth, with 85% survival rate (overall survival rate of trees is 95%), and 100% survival rate of shrub (overall survival rate of shrub is 100%). Added grassland around 1800㎡ with the survival rate of 100%. (overall survival rate of grassland is 100%)