Lara Ceramic factory, located in Cachoeira Paulista municipality, São Paulo state, used heavy oil in the past as fuel to fire its Ceramic pieces.
This type of oil is a fossil fuel derived from petroleum, which emits soot during burning, damaging the respiratory system.
Furthermore, heavy oil is highly polluting and contributes significantly to global warming.
In response to this, the factory decided to switch its fuel to renewable biomass (a clean source of energy) to produce its Ceramic pieces.
Apart from reducing GHG emissions and, consequently, generating carbon credits, this switch promotes sustainable development in the surrounding community.Download PDF
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