ArcelorMittal in Luxembourg signed an agreement with the Administration of Nature and Forests for the ecological management of its sites located in protected areas of national and community interest.
ArcelorMittal in Luxembourg and the Administration of Nature and Forests (ANF) signed a lease agreement during summer 2017. The Administration will thus ensure the ecological management of sites belonging to ArcelorMittal in Luxembourg in protected areas of national and community interest for a renewable period of five years. ArcelorMittal will make available free of charge various lots located on the Natura2000 zones of Differdange, Dudelange and Esch-sur-Alzette, which are subject to management plans designed by the ANF, as well as habitat action plans such as the one for limestone lawns and several species action plans such as those of the lulu lark or the smooth snake.
Head of Environment - ArcelorMittal Luxembourg - Long products
This agreement will make it possible to provide grazing plots to breeders affiliated with the ANF. The ANF will ensure the implementation of management measures in line with the conservation objectives of the protected areas.
The ArcelorMittal Group, through its sustainable development strategy, collaborates with the ANF for responsible management of resources and respect for the environment in which it operates.