The Bom Jesus factory produces two million bricks per month for the Brazilian construction market. In the city of Paudalho (PE), where the factory is located, booming economic development came at the expense of environmental degradation.
Today, the region is a nationally recognized as an industrial pole for Ceramic factories. In order to become a more innovative company, the owner of the factory, Mr. Eugenio Mario, replaced the non-renewable fuel with renewable biomass, such as glycerin, sugar cane husks and waste from other local agribusiness.
The more sustainable choice to reduce GHGs has allowed the factory to take part in the international carbon market. The sale of the carbon credits has made investment in local socioeconomic and environmental initiatives possible.Download PDF
When buying carbon credits of this project you are supporting , sponsoring , financing and making possible the reduction of greenhouse gases and various initiatives in the social scope , environmental and economic as the following: