The GGP and Sul América ceramic factories, located in Rio de Janeiro State, previously used heavy crude oil to fire their ceramic pieces. The latter is a fossil fuel derived from petrol, which emits soot when burnt, damaging the respiratory system.
Furthermore, heavy oil is highly polluting and contributes to global warming. In response to this, in 2006 the ceramic factories decided to switch their kiln fuel to renewable biomass (a clean source of energy). As well as reducing GHG emissions and generating carbon credits, this switch promotes sustainable development in the surrounding community.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: