FOS-SUR-MER - The world’s steel leader ArcelorMittal has exceeded several pollution limits authorized by European, Italian and French law for a decade. Meanwhile, the multinationale headquartered in Luxembourg has received billions euros of public funds and indirect subsidies.
In its two main French factories, in Fos-sur-Mer and Dunkirk, confidential documents obtained by Disclose reveal that the multinational is still not up to standard. Meanwhile, the steel giant has received billions euros of public funds and indirect subsidies.
Ilva of Taranto, Europe's largest steel plant must stay open, whatever the cost. For years it has been collecting state aid and relaunching production with new plans, but transforming the industrial facility is still difficult.
- ArcelorMittal : révélations sur un pollueur hors-la-loi, Disclose, 10 March 2023
- ArcelorMittal : un champion des émissions de CO2 biberonné aux aides publiques, Disclose, 10 March 2023
- ArcelorMittal dépasse les seuils de pollution 240 jours par an malgré les millions de l’État, Marsactu, 10 March 2023
- Le système d’autocontrôle d’ArcelorMittal mis en cause, Marsactu, 10 March 2023
- Ex Ilva di Taranto, transizione impossibile, IRPI, 10 March 2023
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