Greenhouse gas emissions from the use of sugarcane ethanol produced in Brazil are 90% smaller compared to fossil fuel.
From 2003, when flex vehicles were launched in the country, until 2021, the consumption of ethanol avoided the emission of 552 million tons of CO2eq in the atmosphere
The Brazilian industrial sector is responsible for 20,4% of GDP from Brazil, but accounts for only 6.4% of the country's GHG emissions.
Brazil is the country which emits less CO2 in cement production in the world: 564 kg of CO2 per ton of cement against 635 kg CO2/t of cement in the world average
Brazil also has the largest reverse logistics program for the safe disposal of pesticide packaging in the world: collected, in 2019, just over 45 thousand tons of used packaging, which represents almost 94% of the total primary plastic packaging (which had contact with the product) sold in the year
Automotive sector reduced CO2 emissions in the amount of 1,221 tons/year
Electric energy gives Brazilian aluminum a carbon footprint that is around 60% smaller than the world average
About 50% of the aluminum consumed in the country comes from recycling. The world average is 28.5%