San Diego is getting a new steel mill, and it will be one of the first to start using stainless steel.
The new steel plant, called Metamelt, will produce stainless steel for a wide range of consumer products including washing machines, dishwashers, vacuum cleaners, refrigerators and more.
The plant will have two separate sites: one in San Marcos, Calif., the other in the South Bay.
It will be built on land leased by the U.S. Department of Energy, and is expected to open next year.
The company says it will have to make some changes to meet the U,S.
Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) new regulations on industrial carbon emissions.
The plant will need to make significant improvements in its efficiency to meet those standards, including by using more renewable energy sources, and by reducing waste and using waste heat to heat water and heat buildings, said Matt Smith, CEO of Metamolt.
The site in San Francisco will be used for the first time for stainless steel manufacturing.
The San Francisco Steel Company is currently the only manufacturer of stainless steel in the U., according to a company statement.
In 2016, the EPA banned the use of carbon dioxide in industrial processes.
The EPA also banned certain types of metallurgy in the industry.
The EPA said in a statement that metalluristics and other processes that require high levels of CO2 in wastewater are likely to pose a greater health risk to people living in and around industrial facilities, and may increase the risk of health impacts to humans and animals living in those facilities.