Advantages of legal compliance in environmental matters


  • Having a comprehensive management system has helped us to increase in a systematic way the compliance in environmental regulation matters.
  • Decreased risk of sanction applications, in case of non-compliance under the environmental legislation applicable to C&S during the official inspection visits.
  • Compliance of regulations allows you to achieve significant savings through the minimization of the generation of all kinds of waste, especially hazardous ones.
  • Frequency and severity of possible accidents is reduced, meaning fewer man-hour losses and fewer damages to the facilities and the property of others.
  • The image of the company before the consumers of its products is improved, also before staff, suppliers, prospected customers, the authority, and before the public in general.

  • Positive projection of the company before the municipal, state, and federal authorities.
  • Products are improved by improving the company's general terms and conditions.
  • The company is kept free of inspections and sanctions for non-compliance with the regulations.
  • Staff awareness of C&S toward the environmental matters and the environmental impacts as a result of the operations of the company.
  • It allows potential problems in the processes to be detected and corrected as well.
  • Sale of the product in a market with environmental requirements. Particularly in the international market where the expectation of environmental responsibility is growing more and more every time.

Tangible environmental benefits in C&S


  • Water: Quality of the wastewater discharges.
  • Air: Quality of the total emissions discharged to the atmosphere.
  • Hazardous Waste: Volume generated control, storage, treatment, and final disposal.
  • Solid waste: Control volume generated, segregation, treatment and final disposal.
  • Energy: Monitoring of fuel consumption, electricity.
  • Environmental noise: Quality of the noise impact to the environment surroundings.

  • Environmental risk: Identification of hazard and vulnerability factors, whether individual or collective ones and which can be quantitatively evaluated and prevented in order to avoid moderate to severe environmental contingencies.
  • Soil: Suppression of soil pollution.
  • Emergency Situations: Accidents and incidents drop-off in the workplace.