Atvos begins public consultation of seven more RenovaBio plants

With eight of nine plants under certification, the group can obtain between R $ 80.3 million and R $ 689.81 million per year by selling decarbonization credits.

The Atvos group (formerly Odebrecht Agroindustrial) is confident that RenovaBio can generate profits. In addition to the Conquest of Pontal unit – in Mirante do Parapanema (SP) – which has already closed the public consultation for certification in the program, seven other plants of the group started the process.

For Rio Claro Agroindustrial, in Caçú (GO), the consultation began on October 14 and ends on November 14. Following, Santa Luzia, in Nova Alvorada do Sul (MS), and Eldorado, in Rio Brilhante (MS), should receive comments by November 21. Already Água Emendada, in Perolândia (GO), and Morro Vermelho, in Mineiros (GO), are in consultation until December 28. Finally, Mato Grosso Alto Taquari and Mato Grosso Costa Rica, both located in homonymous municipalities, entered into public consultation last Tuesday (5) and should receive comments by December 5.

All Atvos certification processes are being published by Green Domus.

In July, the group announced the goal of completing the certification process for eight plants by the end of the year – so only one of Atvos’ nine units would be excluded from the program. The plant in question is Alcídia, in Teodoro Sampaio (SP), which is not milling sugarcane in the 2019/20 crop.

To date, only one biofuel producer has obtained certification from the National Agency of Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels (ANP), completing the entire process for participation in the decarbonization credit market (CBios). It is the JBS biodiesel unit in Lins (SP).

In the full report, check out the details of all Atvos certifications in progress. The content also includes infographics about the perspective of production of CBios, additional revenues, energy efficiency notes and characteristics of the group’s sugarcane fields.