environment

Our Committees

At U. S. Steel Canada, environmental stewardship is a core value of our company and an integral part of how we do business. Taking responsibility for the impact of our operations is fundamental to being a proactive corporate citizen.

In 2009, U. S. Steel Canada entered into a six-year Environmental Performance Agreement with the Ontario Ministry of Environment that includes that creation of Community Liaison Commitees (CLC).

Here you will find information about our CLC, which have been constituted to inform the community of our business and ongoing activities related to environmental improvements. .

Our Agreement

Our agreement with the Ministry of Environment is an acknowledgement that the local environment – and our community – are best served through a long-term cooperative relationship.

View the Environmental Performance Agreement 2009.

Lake Erie Works

Our Lake Erie Works Community Liaison Committee regularly brings together members of the Nanticoke and surrounding community to discuss environmental improvements.

See more Lake Erie Works News.

Hamilton Works

In Hamilton, our public Community Liaison Committee meetings provide a mechanism for on-going and proactive discussion among local community members and U. S. Steel Canada.

See more Hamilton Works News.

Notice of Meeting – May 26, 2016

U. S. Steel Canada Inc. Hamilton Works will hold a Community Liaison Committee (CLC) meeting on Thursday, May 26, 2016, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Hamilton Waterfront Trust (47 Discovery Drive, Hamilton). The CLC is intended to improve communication between U. S. Steel Canada and the Hamilton Works community with respect to ongoing developments and issues relating to environmental performance. Members of the general public interested in participating as observers at the meeting should contact: Public Affairs, U. S. Steel Canada at publicaffairscanada@uss.com.

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U. S. Steel Canada Lake Erie Works

Remaining Focused on Our Environment

As part of our on-going effort to improve the sustainability of our operations, U. S. Steel Canada has developed reports regarding the creation and use of substances listed in Ontario’s Toxics Reduction Act. Our annual reports quantify the creation, release and disposal of listed substances as required under Ontario Regulation 455/09, as well as lay out our plans to make reductions wherever possible. Environmental sustainability remains a core value of U. S. Steel Canada and we remain committed to adopting management systems and best practices that foster continuous improvement in our processes. We do this because U. S. Steel Canada is more than a leader in the steel industry; we are your friends, neighbours and community partners. […]

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