KNOW THE MAIN PROJECTS
The CMPC seeks a harmonious coexistence with all the communities close to its operation and for this, besides identifying the neighboring communities of the forest areas and factory operation, defines priority levels for the service, based on parameters related to population density , distance from plantations or transport routes and duration of operations.
We seek close interaction with all communities where there are company activities, always focused on control and prevention of operational impacts, but in higher priority communities, our attention intensifies and aims to carry out projects that can impact the quality of life of communities and contribute to local development.
ACCORDION PLAYER FACTORY
Project of social inclusion in partnership with the Renato Borghetti Institute, whose target audience are children between 7 and 15 years. It consists of the training of pupils-apprentices of the diatonic accordion (eight bass harmonica). A differential of this project is that to perfect the learning in class, students can take the bagpipes home. Ten schools have already been installed in different municipalities.KNOW MORE
MUSIC ON THE ROAD
A project initially focused on the neighbors of the factory and the community of Guaíba, Music on the Road after 10 years of local presentations was expanded and now serves different communities in the municipalities of CMPC. The Music on the Road consists of concerts with open admission and brings together renowned artists from the gaucho music, such as Luiz Carlos Borges, Gaúcho da Fronteira, Renato Borghetti, among others.
Since 1981, CMPC has enabled small honey producers to place their hives near the company's eucalyptus plantations, a tree that is rich in flowering. On the other hand, about 8% of the total honey obtained is passed on to Special Education Schools (mostly APAEs) of 23 municipalities in Rio Grande do Sul. Annually, the project provides income for 120 beekeepers and approximately 6 tons of honey for special education schools. Most institutions sell honey as a means of generating resources.
ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION DAY
Students between 12 and 16 years of Pantano Grande and Encruzilhada do Sul schools in social vulnerability spend a day at Rincão Gaia, a space designed by José Lutzenberger, where they receive environmental education classes based on ecological practices.
Project directed to the communities surrounding the forest gardens of CMPC that provides the simultaneous communication of forest operations to a large number of neighbors and liners of the properties where there will be forest management activities. It promotes integration through meetings with the population and also serves to disclose other information and aspects about the company, as well as the distribution of materials with a 0800 telephone number for emergencies and complaints.