Sustainability Practices

All employees, whether in operation or management, are made aware of good practices and are encouraged to develop socio-environmental solutions. Concern for sustainable activities leads us to analyze operations and develop routines that result in better processes. Some of our routines are:

  • Sustainable brash handling – consists of brash classification inside the construction work, adequate stowage according to brash characteristics and control until the final destination (through monitoring when this activity is a third-party service);
  • Use of certified wood – all wood used has origin control, be it reforestation wood, or hardwood;
  • Recycling – partnership with cooperatives that recycle waste materials such as metals, wood, glass and so on. Here, handling is important since classification and separation are essential for recycling;
  • Include measures/technologies that result in less impact – use of heat guns instead of solvents in pickling coatings whenever possible, or use of collecting devices / waste neutralizing at the work site itself;
  • Hydroblasting with water reuse;
  • Ongoing staff training;
  • Include low consumption systems, such as devices with flow and consumption control in case of hydraulic or electric systems;
  • Use of eco-friendly materials or maintenance routines that increase shelf life of components, buildings and so on.