Listing of Trade Resources
Listing of Environmental Resources
- US Environmental Protection Agency EAF Area Source Rule Guidance
- Steel Manufacturers Association Generic Scrap Management Plan
- End of Life Vehicle Solutions Program
- Iron & Steel Scrap Information
- Iron & Steel Slag Information
- Conference of Radiation Control Program Directors, Inc.
- US Nuclear Regulatory Commission
List of Energy Resources
List of Safety Resources
List of Transportation Resources
List of Media Resources
List of US Legislative Resources
List of Other Trade Associations
SMA supports free and fair trade based on the principles of comparative advantage. The same openness should not be extended to illegally traded, dumped and subsidized material. The U.S. cannot allow other nations to directly violate the rules of international trade at the expense of the domestic economy. As such, SMA appreciates the recent outreach of Congressional Steel Caucus Chairman Tim Murphy and Vice Chairman Peter Visclosky urging enforcement of the nation's trade laws.
The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) today voted on the final phase antidumping and countervailing duty investigations of hot-rolled flat products from Australia, Brazil, Japan, Korea, the Netherlands, Turkey, and the United Kingdom. The ITC issued affirmative determinations in the vast majority of the cases. Antidumping duties against hot-rolled steel from Turkey were rejected, though countervailing duties against Turkey were affirmed.