Part of our purpose is to fuel the good and fuel a truly sustainable world, day by day. To achieve this, we established long-term goals to guide our activities until 2030.

We publicly made six commitments to society, all of which are aligned with the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement.

Reduction of CO²

  • Avoid the emission of 31.7 million tons of CO2 into the atmosphere. ¹
  • Achieve a negative carbon emissions at one of our industrial units with the implementation of the BECCS system (Bio-Energy with Carbon Capture and Storage).

in the value chain

  • Implement our social and environmental policy to the entire corn and direct and indirect biomass supply chain, as well as all DDG direct sales, ensuring zero legal and illegal deforestation, no use of protected land and no slave-like labor.
  • Develop commercial partnerships with intermediaries (trading, warehouses, etc.) to create a mapping system in 100% of the indirect supply chain.

Water, waste and

  • Reduce water consumption by 5% until 2030. ²
  • Reduce the disposal of waste in landfills by 40% until 2030. ³
  • Use 100% of effluents in fertigation until 2025. 4

Education and
development of

  • Develop a technical training program so that 70% of our operational employees are hired from the population in our communities by 2030.

Diversity and

  • Have 30% of women and 40% of blacks 5 in leadership positions by 2030. 6

Governance and

  • Promote continuous improvement and transparency in our governance processes, aiming to achieve maximum scores in the main ESG ratings. 7

¹ Considers CI (Carbon Intensity) of RenovaBio (direct and indirect emissions) as the calculation basis. Cbios generation assumption for the LRV, SMT, PVA, CNP, NVM and QUE units. CCS project will be implemented in LRV until 2026.
² m³ water/m³ anhydrous ethanol produced.
³ RRatio of Kg of anhydrous ethanol waste sent to landfills/m³.
4 Targets referring to the units in operation, in Lucas do Rio Verde-MT and Sorriso-MT.
5 Blacks: Terminology used by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE), including black and brown colored skin.
6 Supervisor and above.
7 Such as the A1 score in the Vigeo Eiris classification, among others.