SANITATION WORKS IN IPATINGA (MG)
The town of Ipatinga receives authorization from the Minas Gerais Development Bank (BDMG) to expand its sewage collection and treatment system in different districts of the municipality. The approved works cost approximately R$ 6 million.
RESUMPTION OF WORKS IN MARIANA (MG)
After testing its employees, the Renova Foundation gradually resumes civil works in Mariana's municipality (MG) with authorization from the Municipal Government. Activities resume in the resettlements of Bento Rodrigues and Paracatu de Baixo, and in the family resettlement modality, but with a reduced number of workers. So do the works at the Sanitary Landfill, Gomes Freire Square, and Camargos Waterfall.
RFP FOREST RESTORATION LOWER DOCE REGION
The Renova Foundation launches the RFP Forest Restoration Lower Doce Region, to recover the native vegetation of Permanent Preservation Areas (PPAs), Groundwater Recharge Areas (GRAs) and springs in 8 municipalities in Espirito Santo.