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Integrated solutions

Through the integrated solutions the customer can save raw material, water and energy!

With the proper infrastructure, it is possible to separate all types of waste (recyclable, special, organic, etc.) efficiently, generating employment and income throughout the chain.

Organic waste and sewage can be transformed into energy through anaerobic biodigestion. Biogas, a result of the organic waste degradation, can be used instead of natural gas to supply the stoves, such as car fuel, water heating and electricity.

Accelerated composting techniques also transform organic waste into compost and biofertilizer that can be used in urban landscaping, urban gardening, erosion control, and agriculture.

The company seeks integrated solutions for all types of customers (commercial buildings, residential, shops (restaurants, shops, services), schools, civil construction, etc.)

Scope includes the following services:

• Diagnosis – current situation; characterization of solid waste and generation sites; characterization of energy and water systems
• Zero Waste Project – solutions to minimize waste production; development of an integrated solid waste, water and energy management plan
• Municipal MSW management plan – for neighborhoods or cities
• Management of the competition phase – bidding of the suppliers that will carry out the facilities of infrastructure, collection and destination of waste
• Construction phase management
• Training
• Continuous training
• Environmental education programs

The client may choose to contract one or more services, including or not the three specialties (solid waste, water and energy).

Economically viable and environmentally friendly

By allocating the waste for recycling or composting, the customer saves with landfill rate and transportation, as well as protects the environment.

Meet our zero waste projects

Custom projects to meet your needs with a focus on economic, social and environmental sustainability.

We analyze the existing situation (diagnosis) and indicate opportunities for improvement for an efficient and sustainable waste management.

It is considered alternatives for the waste reduction at source, reuse, recycling, composting and lastly the destination for landfills, respecting the hierarchy in the waste management according to the law No. 12,305 that establishes the National Solid Waste Policy.


We serve:

  • Malls
  • Hotels
  • Universities, schools
  • Industries
  • Supermarkets
  • Commercial Condos
  • Residential condominiums
  • Construction in progress
  • Others

We better target the waste generated through partnerships with companies that collect and treat each type of waste:

  • Residual waste (class IIA)
  • Organic, garden pruning
  • Paper, plastic, metal and glass
  • Wood
  • Clean rubble
  • Plaster;
  • Fabrics
  • Kitchen oil
  • Hazardous waste
  • Special waste
  • Others



Separation and recycling of construction and demolition waste, recyclable waste and organic composting. More than 90% of the waste was diverted from landfills.

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Composting of organic material during the exhibition and recycling of all waste produced during assembly, exhibition and dismantling:

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Construction and demolition waste separated by a bucket and intended for recycling: rubble, wood, plaster and scrap metal.

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Eletronic waste

How to properly dispose of electro-electronic waste?

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If you have electro-electronic equipment that is broken or unused and you do not know how to dispose of it, look for a cooperative or a voluntary delivery point that receives this material.

I would like to recommend the work of Coopermiti, a registered São Paulo cooperative. They collect electroelectronic waste in large quantities from collection points and large generators and also receive the material on site.

E-waste delivery locations:

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(11) 3666-0849 / 99301-7696 – Rua João Rudge, 366 – Casa Verde

Pontos de coleta da Coopermiti:
CEU FORMOSA – (11) 2216-4622 – Rua Sargento Claudiner Evaristo Dias, 10 – Parque Santo Antônio

COLÉGIO HEITOR GARCIA – (11) 3853-4996 – Rua Roma, 350 – Lapa – CEP 05005-090 – Horário de funcionamento para o descarte: 7 às 19 h.

CONTINENTAL SHOPPING – 4040-4981 / 2666-3830 – (pequenos objetos) Av. Leão Machado, 100 – Jaguaré

ETEC PINHEIROS – APM – Escola Técnica Estadual Guaracy Silveira – (11) 3813-3986 Rua Ferreira de Araújo, 527 – Pinheiros

ECoopermiti 02TEC Vila Formosa – (11) 2211-6485 – Rua Bactória, 38 – Jardim Vila Formosa

PAÇO CULTURAL JULIO GUERRA – (11) 5523-6455 – Praça Floriano Peixoto, 131 – Santo Amaro

PARQUE LUIS CARLOS PRESTES – (11) 3721-4965 – Rua João Della Manna, 665 – Butantã

PARQUE DA PREVIDÊNCIA – (11) 3721-8951 – Rua Pedro Peccinini, 88 – Jardim Previdência

PARQUE ALFREDO VOLPI – (11) 3031-7052 – Rua Engenheiro Oscar Americano, 480 – Morumbi

SANTANA PARQUE SHOPPING – (11) 2238-3002 (pequenos objetos) – Rua Conselheiro Moreira de Barros, 2.780 – Santana

Coopermiti 05Comments:

* Materials not received: lamps, TVs and monitors open or cracked, leaking chemical component.
* Do not collect only batteries, but if they are with e-trash at the time of collection, they are part of the Abinee program.
* Offering service for the following items on a budget:
– Monitor and TV CRT, Monitor and TV LCD, Fiber optic, Magnetic tapes (DAT, VHS, K7, BETACAM, DISQUETES, etc …), toner and ink cartridge.

Homemade Composter

Homemade composter – Do it yourself!

2015-12-22 15.42.42Composteira caseiraI’m sharing the step-by-step photos of a 100 liter composter that can be used in homes.
You will need: 100 liter plastic bottle with faucet; mosquito net (1m); hinge, 6 bolts, 6 washers and 6 nuts for the fertilizer catching door; scissor, stiletto, drill, saw-glass; expanded clay.

What you can put in the compost:

Green (rich in nitrogen)
• Green leaves, grass, flowers
• Garden pruning, plants in general
• Remains of food
• Residues of fruit and vegetable
• Remains of bread crumbs, cookies, cereals
• Remains of cooked grains, flour, pasta and rice
• Coffee eraser (including dishwasher), tea bags …
• Manure of cattle, pigs, goats, sheep and chickens
• Eggshells

MARRONS (rich in carbon)
• Sawing of wood, branches and bark of trees
• Cardboard, Newsprint
• Remains of dry pruning, dry leaves, grass and dry grass
• Cardboard boxes, cardboard, napkins
• Wood shavings
• Corn and banana straw, hay, straw

Do not place in the composter:
• Human and pet urine and faeces
• Chemicals in general
• Remains of meat or fish, bone and pimples (can attract rodents and cockroaches)
• Used toilet paper or diapers
• Ashes and cigarette butts
• Fats and dairy products (can attract rodents and cockroaches)
• Varnished wood, glass, metal
• Cooking oil, other oils, paints, plastics, plastic paper
• Remains of very temperate food
• Invasive herbs and veggies with pests
• Medicines


How to compost::

1. The place to install the composter: If it is possible, place the composter near the kitchen; so the disposal of leftover food becomes easier. It is important that it stays in an airy and shaded place, for example under a tree.

2. Materials to compost: Collect and mix suitable green and brown materials for composting. We should have twice as many brown elements as green ones. Add a little bit of sawdust, dry straw, dry leaf or cardboard to the compost each day as a cover, leaving the green materials underneath.

3. Controlling the composting process: In order to develop well, the microorganisms need adequate conditions of scouring, humidity and temperature. The organic remains should be moist but not wet. If the material becomes very dry we will put some water. We should stir the material once or twice a week to allow sandblasting. We must control so that the temperature does not exceed 70 degrees. If it does, scrape the materials.

4. How to know if the compost is ready? At the end the compost should have an aspect which can not distinguish the types of material. It should have the dark color and smell of earth. When we rub on our hands, they do not get dirty. The process takes on average 2 months.

5. The slurry, or biofertilizer, can be used to combat pests in the garden. Just dilute the biofertilizer. There are 20 parts of water for a part of biofertilizer.