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JSW Neosteel (TMT Rebars) receives GreenPro ecolabel Certification

JSW Neosteel, TMT rebar brand of JSW Steel, has received the GreenPro ecolabel certification. GreenPro is a Type – 1 Ecolabel by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) which enables the end users in the building sector and manufacturing sector to make informed decisions by choosing sustainable products, materials and technologies for the construction, operation and maintenance of their buildings and factories. In addition to the product sustainability, Green Pro assign credits to the environment friendly manufacturing processes thus recognizing JSW Steel as a sustainable manufacturer.

JSW Neosteel TMT bars are manufactured through High Yield Quenched and Self Tempered (HYQST) technology which ensures uniform quality across the bar. All rebar manufacturing units along with all grades (Fe 500D, Fe 550D, Fe 600, CS2:2012 500B, BS 4449 B500B, Fe 500D CRS, Fe 550D CRS, Fe 600 CRS, Fe 650) are covered under the certification.

Jayant Acharya, Director, Sales, Marketing and Corporate Strategy, JSW Steel, said: “Sustainability is at the heart of the JSW group and the GreenPro Certification for JSW Neosteel is a testament to this. We believe that Certifications like these while disclosing the environment friendly footprint of our products, will enable our customers to make smart and informed choices for their critical building and construction products. JSW Neosteel TMT bars not only have the perfect balance of strength and ductility, but are also better for the environment offering 100% recyclability and life cycle cost.”

JSW Neosteel has its presence in major projects of national importance and some landmark structures of India, like High speed rail projects, Metro rail projects, Atomic power plants, Refinery projects, Expressways, Heavy bridges, Ports, Airports, Landmark High rises, Commercial complexes and many more.

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