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Produtos

The following list describes some of the products offered by the company, which already has its expertise recognized by the market.

  • Development of complete environmental studies for obtaining permits for enterprises with environmental impact, by development and coordination of specialized teams for:
    - characterization of the physical, socio economic, cultural and biological areas;
    - interaction and development of traffic studies, drainage, architectural and urban planning;
    - water supply and reuse and sewerage, solid waste disposal, among others.

    The studies are performed at a basic level to obtain preliminary and installation permits, or even after the implementation of projects, to obtain business operation permit.

  • • Development of environmental studies and projects, including:

    • • Environmental Impact Assessment - EIA;

    The EIA is an instrument of the National Policy for the Environment and was established by CONAMA Resolution No. 001/86. Activities that use environmental resources considered for significant potential for pollution or degradation will depend on the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and Environmental Impact Report (RIMA) for its environmental licensing. In the EIA the detailing of all technical surveys is submitted, such as environmental aspects and their environmental impacts.

    • • Report on Environmental Impact (RIMA);

    The EIA is an instrument of the National Policy for the Environment and was established by CONAMA Resolution No. 001/86. Activities that use environmental resources considered for significant potential for pollution or degradation will depend on the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and Report on Environmental Impact (EIR) for its environmental licensing. The RIMA presents the conclusion of the environmental studies, containing all the environmental aspects and impacts of new development in language that is accessible to facilitate analysis by the general public.

    • • Environmental Control Plan - PCA;;

    The Environmental Control Plan (PCA) provides guidelines for mitigating actions of environmental impacts outlined by the EIA. The PCA is an essential part of the licensing of various types of potentially polluting activities.

    • • Report on Environmental Control - RCA;

    The RCA, Report on Environmental Control, shall contain the information necessary to characterize the enterprise to be licensed and, as its main subject, the results of surveys and studies conducted by the technical staff, which will identify the legal non-conformities relating to pollution. Thus, the RCA will be the guiding document of the mitigating actions to be proposed at the PCA.
    Among the key information contained in the RCA are: the environmental assessment of the project area considering the physical, biological and socio-economic status, the description of the likely environmental impacts of the establishment and operation of the project and its alternatives, the characterization of the emissions generated in the various sectors by the venture, with respect to noise, wastewater, air pollution control and solid waste; the proposed mitigation measures of negative impacts; description of the expected effect of planned mitigation measures, and the oversight and impact monitoring program.

    • • Neighborhood Impact Study - EIV;

    The Neighborhood Impact Study (EIV) is developed to accommodate the positive and negative effects of the enterprise or activity on the quality of life of the resident population in the area and its vicinity, including analysis, at least the following issues: population density, urban and community equipment, use and occupation of land, real estate values, traffic generation and demand for public transport, ventilation and lighting, landscape and natural and cultural heritage.

    • • Report on Urban Impact - RIU;

    The RIU, Report on Urban Impact, contains general information about the project, data on the road system and transportation in the area of direct influence, water consumption forecast, electricity and demand for telecommunications services, sewage and drainage, and a survey of all the impacts that the project may cause to the environment. Also presented are proposals for measures to minimize and compensate the impacts caused by new development.

    • • Plan for Recovery of Degraded Areas - PRAD;

    The PRAD (Plan for Recovery of Degraded Areas) main goal is to environmentally restore degraded areas by means of  general cleaning of the area and extensive revegetation, among other mechanisms. The PRAD is based on the principle that degraded lands should be returned to the community under conditions desirable and appropriate to return of the original use of the land or for the deployment of other future use.

    • • Preliminary Environmental Report - RAP;

    The RAP, Preliminary Environmental Report, is a technical study prepared by a multidisciplinary team which provides elements for analyzing the environmental feasibility of projects or activities considered potential or actual causes of environmental degradation. The multidisciplinary technical team consists of professionals with specific knowledge on the subject under study, in full possession of his/her duties and legally qualified professional.
    The RAP provides the interaction between the physical, biological and socioeconomic components, assessment of environmental impacts during the planning, implementation, operation and closure of the undertaking, definition of mitigation measures and / or compensatory measures to minimize or eliminate negative environmental impacts and implementation of environmental control programs for monitoring the measures proposed.

    • • Plan for Special Solid Waste Management - PGRSE;

    The PGRSE, Plan for Special Solid Waste Management, is the study / project that describes activities relating to solid waste management in the areas of intervention and the direct influence of the project, covering aspects relating to management phases inside and outside the enterprise.
    Special Solid Waste are those whose generation exceeds the daily volume or weight set for the regular collection or those requiring special care by at least one of the phases: preparation, collection, transportation, treatment and final disposal, whose management lies with the own generator of the waste.

    • • Plan for  Health Services Waste Management - PGRSS;

    The PGRSS, Plan for  Health Services Waste Management, is the study / project that describes activities relating to solid waste management, according to their characteristics and risks within the establishments of health services, considering aspects related to the management phases within and outside the health facility.
    Included in health facilities are activities of medical care, hospital and similar and those related to the industry, teaching and research in veterinary or human health.

    • • Program of Social Mobilization and Communication;

    The Plan for Social Mobilization and Communication is an instrument of approach and understanding between entrepreneurs and the people of the regions in which their ventures to be licensed are inserted into. The program aims at the constant exchange of information on activities and needs of stakeholders, enabling consensus decision making, where the demands of the local are weighted equally to the arguments in favor of economic development.
    This plan directs the strategic convenience for all parties involved, in a frank and open dialogue in which various interests should be considered in the search for points of convergence.

    • • Environmental Education Programs.

    The Environmental Education Program is an essential tool for improving quality of life. The Environmental Education encourages the full and conscious citizenship and promotes the recovery and the emergence of new values such as environmental responsibility. It also provides access to information about the environment, creating conditions to reflect on the causes and effects of degradation, allowing the change in citizen behavior and, consequently, attitudes aimed at sustainability.


  • • Development of projects and studies on transit and transport, including:

    • • Report on Impact on Circulation - RIC;

    The Report on Impact on Circulation seeks to offer to those involved in the licensing process a frame of reference that enables them to understand and evaluate the intensity of potential impacts on the deployment of new development in the road system, traffic and transport in their area of influence.
    It also allows determining their compensation and/or mitigation necessary measures if the impacts are able to reduce, undesirable, the quality of urban traffic in that area.

    • • Report on the Impact of Urban Transit - RITU;

    The RITU, Report on the Impact of Urban Transit, is a study that includes, among other items: adequacy and viability of the location of the project, provision of parking, access conditions for vehicles and pedestrians, traffic impact analysis and public transport and compliance with other legal principles essential to the environmental licensing.

    • • Projects for pedestrian access and traffic;

    The design for access and pedestrian traffic prioritizes pedestrians, ensuring their safety and easiness in locomotion, since the mobility policy implemented in the country is still centered on the automobile. This project also aims at the easy and efficient mobility of people with reduced mobility.

    • • Geometric Design;

    Projects of geometry show the possibilities of stroke given the requested link, defining the cross sections, alignments and slopes of the way, quantity table and the alignment of any strip of expropriation. All these elements are detailed by the analytical calculation of horizontal and vertical alignment, embedded in presentation drawings, spreadsheets, and quantity tables.
    Surveying, traffic studies, geotechnical studies and other available studies are considered as the basis for Geometric Design.

    • • Signaling Projects;

    Signaling Project is the definition of signaling devices whose main purpose should be safety and traffic development.
    Components of the Signaling Project are: vertical signaling such as regulatory, warning and indicative plates; horizontal signaling such as lines, plumbing markers, arrows, legends; auxiliary devices such as barriers, buoys, markers, hazard markers, obstacles markers, alignment markers, cones and domes, flashing lights, arrow panels and illuminated banners, signs and traffic signals.

    • • Paving Projects

    The Paving Project represents the first general study of pavement, based on data from regional and local entries, field observations and experience so as to allow the preliminary estimate of the pavement structure and its cost. Subsequently, the solution is detailed upon updated data from the field, the topography of geological and geotechnical additional geometric design, drainage design etc.
    The project consists of memorial calculations with results of complementary geotechnical investigations and traffic research, the pavement structure design with mechanistic verification, section drawings of transversal type of flooring, plan of the types of floors, construction details and specifications services and table of quantities with a budget of paving services.

    • • Plans and Programs for the Management of Urban Mobility;

    The Program for Management of Urban Mobility aims to promote harmonization between transport policies, traffic and accessibility to provide broad and democratic access to space in a secure, sustainable and socially inclusive manner, giving priority to the implementation of public transportation systems, the non-motorized modes and integration between different modes of transport, as well as implementation of universal accessibility in order to ensure the mobility of the elderly, persons with disabilities or mobility restrictions.


  • • PRECEND Development

  • • Access Project to diverse enterprises from state and federal highways.These are geometric, signaling and access paving designs.

Receipt and Control of Non-domestic Wastewater Program (PRECEND), Phases A and B, COPASA / MG;
The PRECEND presents a better environmental alternative for the final release of effluents generated by enterprises. The sewage generated in the cities may be of domestic origin and /or of non-domestic source. Non-domestic sewage are considered as all those which have different characteristics of wastewater generated in a residence, according to the characteristics of the production process, and materials used in the establishment cleaning.
Thus, COPASA receives effluent other than domestic in its public sewer system and forwards them along with the domestic wastewater treatment plants, provided that the discharge standards, which have been established by the concessionaire, are met.
The Technical Design is made in two parts (A and B). In part A,  a characterization of the establishment is performed, as well as of the production processes, a sewage system inventory and the proposition of the sampling plan, aimed at qualitative and quantitative characterization of non-domestic wastewater generated in the company. In this phase of the project the current status of the sewage system of liquid waste is also presented, with the aim of defining the location of sampling points.
In part B, the sampling plan implementation is shown, the rationale and design adequacy or pretreatment of wastewater, and the plan for self-monitoring. The adequacy of project design, if necessary, will depend on the results of laboratory and field tests, performed in the company’s effluents.


  • • Integrated projects of urbanization and regularization mainly for low-income settlements and new neighborhoods;

These projects involve the regularization of areas, first drafts of solutions for urban planning and environmental regulation of such areas involving physical, biological and socioeconomic and cultural development through previous diagnoses that guide all proposed actions.


  • • Project for management and sustainable use of natural resources;

The project for management and sustainable use of natural resources have the essential guidelines for the rational use of any resource in order to obtain a good yield, ensuring, however, its renewal or its sustainability. Environmental conservation means the appropriate use of the environment, within the limits capable of maintaining its quality and balance, within acceptable levels.
The projects concerned give priority to protection of renewable natural resources and their management for sustainable use and optimal performance.


  • • Monitoring of various effluents and development of studies to improve processes.

The work of monitoring of effluents is based on determining the parameters and emission limits in the area of the company, established by environmental agencies. That done, a reliable monitoring system is implemented to ensure that the emission parameters are not exceeded. Solutions are also sought to make processes more efficient for enterprises, aiming at the reduction and reuse of raw materials, minimizing the discharge to the environment.


  • • Preparation of environmental management projects;

The environmental management projects provide guidelines for practices adopted to achieve sustainability of the enterprise. At work, the project activities are organized to give rise to the lowest possible impact on the environment, so that the biological carrying capacity is maintained. The following are observed: conservation of soil and water; conservation of native vegetation and water cycle; reduce, reuse, recycling or proper disposal of solid waste, liquid and gaseous radioactive; reduction in the use of toxic or harmful in quantities; use of mitigation practices or eliminating the causes of climate changes; and reducing social exclusion, and mitigating or eliminating the indiscriminate consumption of natural resources and inputs.


  • • Special services of measurements, designs and works to correct acoustic problems

Measurement services, projects and works to correct acoustical problems deal with the development of projects that meet requirements of the correct setting of sound projects, depending on their purposes of use and influence of the area surrounding the urban environment. Measurements of noise are proceeded followed by data analysis. Services include presentation of results and execution of sound insulation in engine room, generator room, concert halls, churches and other places with high rates noise.


  • • Presentation of various courses and seminars on environmental subjects

The labor market in the area of environmental preservation is one of the fastest growing in the world, along with the companies that prioritize sustainability.
The courses and seminars in the area of Environment are important tools for companies and individuals who wish to develop their knowledge of policy issues and environmental conservation.
The service aims to update, clarify and train participants on environmental issues and stages of environmental licensing.


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