Further Reading 

  1. ISO 14021: Environmental labels and declarations — Self-declared environmental claims (Type II environmental labelling).
  2. Atherton, J., Declaration by the Metals Industry on Recycling Principles. International Journal LCA 12 (1), 2007.
  3. 2020 World Steel in figures. worldsteel.
  4. Steel Arising: Opportunities for the UK in a transforming global steel industry. University of Cambridge, 2019.
  5. Calculating and declaring recycled content in construction products ‘Rules of Thumb’ guide. WRAP, 2008.
  6. Is the desire to reduce the embodied carbon of new buildings damaging the UK steel industry? KLH Sustainability, 2019.
  7. Inventory of carbon and energy (ICE) V2.0 Annex B: Methodologies for recycling, 2011.
  8. The recycling and reuse survey https://www.steelconstruction.info/The_recycling_and_reuse_survey
  9. Moynihan, M. C., Allwood, J. M. Utilization of structural steel in buildings, Proc. R. Soc. A 470 (2168) (2014) 20140170.
  10. Dunant, C., Drewniok, M., Eleftheriadis, S., Cullen, J., Allwood, J. Regularity and optimisation practice in steel structural frames in real design cases. Resour Conserv Recycling 2018;134:294–302.
  11. Orr, J., Drewniok, M., Copping, A., Emmitt, S., Ibell, T. Minimizing energy in construction-survey of structural engineering practice. Cambridge: MEICON project Report; 2018. 12.
  12. Drewniok, M., Campbell, J., Orr, J. SI for the paper: The Lightest Beam Method - a methodology to find ultimate steel savings and reduce embodied carbon in steel framed buildings [Dataset]. https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.47336, 2020.