We prove that growth is achievable with no expense to living life.
Social and environmental responsibility, efficiency and transparency: our formula for generating profit as well as positive impacts.


Our governance is founded on a straightforward and efficient approach to managing expenses, responsibility in expansion projects, and upholding ethical practices in our business operations. Above all, we prioritize the social and environmental aspects of all our processes and supply chain, as well as respect for and commitment to the well-being of all the people who are the fuel of our business: employees, suppliers and other stakeholders.


Affirmation that we are on the right track.

Each certification we earn reinforces our daily commitment to positively impacting the lives of individuals and the communities we engage with, contributing to real, sustainable change for society as well as the planet. Check out the certifications below.

Renovabio - National Biofuels Policy

In 2020, the three production units were certified by the Renovabio Program, which aims to expand the production and use of biofuels in the Brazilian energy matrix, reducing greenhouse gas emissions. This certificate allows the issuance and trading of decarbonization credits.

ISO 9001 - Quality Management Systemlidade

The Jussara Unit is NBR ISO 9001:2015 certified. This certification shows, through external audits, that its Quality Management System is effectively implemented and maintained. The other units will soon be certified.

Green Ethanol Protocol

Vale do Paraná has been a signatory of the Green Ethanol Protocol since 2007. Alongside the sugarcane and energy sector of São Paulo, it collaborates to enhance sustainability in the ethanol production chain. As a result, it is transitioning beyond burning, towards a production system with positive environmental impacts, continuing the activities developed by the Agro-environmental Protocols with ORPLANA in 2008 and with ÚNICA in 2017.

Renewable Energy Certificate

With the cogeneration of sugarcane biomass, Vale’s Paraná unit has been certified since 2020 to produce energy for its own consumption, selling the surplus to the National System and contributing to a reduction in CO² emissions.

Green Energy Certificate

Vale do Paraná has been certified since 2020 (when it began exporting electricity) by this UNICA, CCEE and ABRACEEL project, which includes companies in the sugar-energy sector that are signatories to the Green Ethanol Protocol.

Legal Wood Certificate

Vale do Paraná has been participating in the forest replacement program since 2011, offsetting the use of wood in its processes against amounts earmarked for social and environmental projects.