Capturing and upcycling metals through new technology investment
The GFG Alliance’s model involves reshaping the metals recycling supply-chain to provide abundant high-quality raw materials for its manufacturing processes.
GFG Alliance’s recycling business holds a well-established position in its chosen markets supplying steel making raw materials to domestic and international mills through a collaborative partnership model between suppliers and consumers. Handling over 3 million tonnes a year of ferrous material the recycling business is a significant contributor to the raw material requirements of the steel industry and provides a sustainable alternative to landfill capturing the full value in use of the materials recycled.
The business’ experience in international non-ferrous trading and marketing, key relationships with consumers and close proximity to as well as local market knowledge are key assets of the non-ferrous recycling business.
The diverse geographical spread of global offices are staffed by a, multi-national and multi-cultural team of trading and administrative support professionals providing a unique offering to our suppliers and customers alike.
Expanding on the well-established Australasian footprint and knowledge base, the Alliance is developing its network of suppliers as well as advanced collection and processing facilities for both ferrous and non-ferrous metals across the UK, USA and continental Europe. We will use locally sourced ferrous scrap metal to supply Liberty Steels’ electric arc furnaces and steel mills with feedstock to manufacture and distribute new steel products through our downstream businesses and supply-chain expertise. The sustainability of this fully integrated GREENSTEEL approach will be further enhanced in the future by use and investments in renewable energy.