Dramix® Plant in Belgium

Minimize Environmental Impact

 Bekaert has earned the ISO 14001 Environmental Standard Certification for its Dramix plant in Moen (Belgium) from Bureau Veritas Certification, an internationally accredited firm for management system standards.

Dramix® steel fibers are used to reinforce concrete elements all over the world. As sustainability is a primary requirement for products used in the construction industry, the ISO 14001 certificate is an important step ahead for Bekaert and the users of Dramix steel fibers.

At the onset of 2009 Bekaert structurally addressed the certification issue at its production plants. The aim is to have all of them ISO 14001 certified by year-end 2011. The identification of Bekaert´s significant environmental aspects and impacts served as the foundation for the global implementation of the ISO 14001...

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