Automotive waste is generated in the maintenance of vehicles, motorcycles and trucks, at gas stations, automotive dealerships, automotive centers, workshops and transporters.
Waste management of this type is done in four stages:
1 - Ambipar Environment provides the entire administrative process for preparing the Certificate of Movement of Waste of Environmental Interest (Cadi), with the environmental agency.
2 – Delivery of the drum approved for storage and transportation of waste generated within the generator unit.
3 – Collection and transportation of waste, using a specialized truck for the collection of hazardous waste and with technology to weigh it separately at the time of collection.
4 – Waste sent to the blending process and subsequent co-processing for use as an alternative fuel in cement manufacturing furnaces.
We manage: - Lubricant packaging;
- Oil filters;
- Air filters;
- Cloths contaminated with oils and greases;
- Vehicle batteries;
- Used Thinner;
- Paper and cardboard contaminated with oils and greases.
The waste is destined for processing and reused as an alternative fuel in cement manufacturing furnaces.
Ambipar Environment performs reverse logistics of packaging contaminated with oil. We perform the collection in gas stations and car dealerships, in order to guarantee the correct disposal and recycling of material. The goal is to promote the Circular Economy, where the waste returns to the productive process and is transformed in packaging again.
Jogue Limpo Program:
The program is a system of reverse logistics system of used lubricant oil plastic packaging. Ambipar Environment is the official representative of Jogue Limpo. We prioritize recycling to treat packaging collected in an appropriate way, aiming to send them to the correct destination and transform it in industrial input. In this way, it is possible to promote sustainability and take care of the environment.
- Goals 100% achieved
- Five Logistics Operators
- 21 receiving centers
- 63 trucks
- Over 2.5 million kilometers driven per year
- Implementation of 112 PEVs
- More than 200 thousand visits to generators per year
- Ten generating points per municipality
- 24kg collected at each visit
- Recycling of 98% of the total collected
- Carbon Footprint: twice as good a result as expected from an environmentally balanced system