Port of Itaguaí obtains Environmental License

This Thursday (30), the Official Gazette of the State of Rio de Janeiro (DOERJ) published the decision of the State Environmental Control Commission (CECA), which issues the Operating License (LO) for the Port of Itaguaí. With this, Companhia Docas do Rio de Janeiro (CDRJ) concluded, together with the State Institute for the Environment (INEA), the process of renewing the environmental licensing for the Port of Itaguaí, which had been under analysis since 2007. The new LO has valid until the year 2027 and is in line with current environmental and port legislation.

According to the Superintendent of Business Sustainability of the Port Authority, Gabriela Campagna, "the renewal of the LO for the Port of Itaguaí ends another historical liability in both agencies, demonstrating the commitment of the institutions to contribute to the sustainable development of the State of Rio de Janeiro, making the Port of Itaguaí increasingly attractive for new investment opportunities. Now the teams will focus on developing and promoting monitoring and inspection activities, always seeking to improve environmental management processes and alignment with the best global sustainability standards. 


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