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Can you picture a world without steel?

20 February 2013 No Comment

Steel is something you use every single day…but you probably haven’t even realised. The spoon you ate your breakfast with. The car or bus you rode to work. The airplane you flew on during your last holiday. The house, office building, or café you’re sitting in right now… all constructed using steel.


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What’s cold, metallic and used every day?

Go on, take a look around you. If you really think about it, bet you can see at least five things made using steel.

It’s the hidden building block for the world around us. So let’s see if you’ve really opened your eyes to its many exciting yet essential uses.


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Steel yourself – you could win an iPad Mini !

The World Steel Association (WSA), of which Tata Steel is a member, is giving away three iPad Minis to the best photographs which show the importance of steel in everyday life.


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What steel story will your photo tell?

Whether you’re a amateur snapper or a dedicated photographer, you can capture any image you like which shows the impact steel has on you. Just imagine a world without it – it won’t be hard for you to find creative inspiration.


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World Steel Association (WSA) photography competition

Once you’ve taken your potentially prize-winning pic all you have to do is submit your photo to the WSA Facebook site at www.facebook.com/worldsteel.


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Three entries, selected by a vote, will each win an iPad Mini. You still have time to enter – it closes on 28 February. We can’t wait to see what steel story will your photo tell…

Author: Liz Wilson    Date Written: 20 February 2013

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