When we talk about sustainability, we also talk about social, economic and environmental balance. Thus, Goiasa guarantees sustainable development for the future of new generations through the adoption of practices that allow the preservation of the biodiversity of ecosystems.
The central idea is to study the forms of sustainability and social responsibility practiced by Goiasa, in order to know the feasibility of sustainable use on the reuse of materials and verify their contribution to the preservation of the biodiversity of natural ecosystems, showing how sustainable practices have been seen and implemented, as well as its economic and social consequences.
It is a by-product of the distillation that occurs during the ethanol production process. It is rich in potassium, a nutrient necessary for fertilizing sugarcane. Through strictly controlled actions, vinasse is applied for fertigation, a fertilization technique to bring nutrients to the cultivated soil, in addition to enriching it with organic matter.
Generated in the clarification of the sugarcane juice, the pie is rich in phosphorus and organic matter. After treatment and supplementation with nutrients, it results in a compost used in sugarcane crops in order to replace the use of mineral fertilizers.
Wastewater from industrial processes, along with vinasse, is reused in fertigation. Thus, the greatest advantages reside in the possibility of supplying and recycling nutrients (reducing the need for chemical fertilizers) and in the reduction of water capture, promoting the preservation of the environment.
Wild animal protection campaigns
Ensuring the survival of wild fauna is essential for the balance of ecosystems in general. Goiasa, in addition to preserving the natural habitat of these species, is concerned with rescuing them and returning them to the natural environment, ensuring an increase in the Cerrado's biodiversity.