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SUSTAINABILITY

REPORT - ESG

2021/2022


Mission

Producing excellent food to the

consumer.

Vision

Being the best company in the

food sector for our clients.

Philosophy

We are a cooperative in our

philosophy, but in the management,

we are a company that aims

satisfaction and profit for all.

Principles and

core values

Focusing in the client;

Commitment;

Acting with honesty;

Acting with respect;

Practicing sustainability.

Quality and food

safety policy

Meeting our clients’ expectations

through a safe and legal system that

continuously improve people,

processes and products.

Sustainability

Policy

To produce food through continuous

improvement, aiming at reducing

and/or optimizing the use of natural

resources, promoting economic, social

and environmental development,

preserving the integrity of

communities for future generations,

fulfilling the legal requirements and

improving socioenvironmental

performance.


Message from

the CEO

Merging competitiveness, social responsibility, and environmental sustainability is

the core challenge large-scale corporations face nowadays. Dealing with competition

becomes fundamental in order to guarantee survival; and at the same time, the

growth of the citizen-consumer’s awareness demands companies to be committed

to social progress and sustainable usage of natural resources. Here lies the formula

pursued by C.Vale, as we conceive this as the passport to a more prosperous world.

Alfredo Lang

Chief Executive Officer


Linha do Tempo

1981

It starts operations in Mato Grosso State.

2001

It starts operations in the state of

Mato Grosso do Sul.

2005

Expansion of the poultry complex.

1963

Campal is founded in Palotina (PR).

1995

The Modernization Plan is implemented, aiming

at agricultural industrialization.

1963

1974 1981 1984

1995

1997 1998

2001 2003

1974

It is expanded to other cities in the west of Paraná

State and the company name changes to Coopervale.

1997

Poultry complex opening.

2003

Company name changes from Coopervale

to C.Vale – Cooperativa Agroindustrial.

1984

The Cooperative starts operations

in the state of Santa Catarina.

1998

Business expands to Paraguay.

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2013

Hypermarket opening in Palotina (PR).

2013

Celebration of the cooperative's

50th anniversary.

2017

Inauguration of the Fish Slaughter House.

2021

The Cooperative's expansion

in the west of the state of Paraná

with the incorporation of Coatol.

2005

2009 2013

2015 2017

2020 2021

2009

2015

The beginning of activities

in Rio Grande do Sul.

2020

2020

Hypermarket opening in

Assis Chateaubriand (PR).

The cooperative expands to

the middle-west of Paraná

The beginning of activities of

Plusval - Levo Alimentos in Umuarama (PR).

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Field of business

QUEM É QUEM

C.Vale won three of the eleven categories

of the Quem é Quem (Who’s Who) award

from Gessulli Agribusiness. The cooperative

ranked first in the following categories:

Environmental Responsibility and Animal

Welfare, Sustainable Development and Best

Poultry Cooperative (Kougi Takahasi). In five

editions of the award, C.Vale is the biggest

winner, with 14 trophies.

SOMOSCOOP

C.Vale won, for the fifth time, the

SomosCoop award from the Organization of

Brazilian Cooperatives (OCB). The cooperative

was among the best in management

excellence in Brazil in the category First

Steps – Gold Band.

ORGULHO DA TERRA

Two associates of C.Vale were honoured by

RIC TV Record, Paraná Rural Development

Institute and Ocepar System with the

Orgulho da Terra (Pride of the Land) trophy.

Farmer Marino Gabriel, from Nova Santa Rosa

(PR), won in the pig farming category, and

Dalton Ludewig, from Maripá (PR), won in the

chicken farming category.

AMANHÃ MAGAZINE

Amanhã magazine points out C.Vale

as Paraná’s 4th largest company in net

revenue, based on 2020 data. The ranking

is contained in the survey“500 Largest in

the South.”

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GPTW

For the third consecutive year, C.Vale is

among the best companies to work for in

Paraná. The acknowledgement took place

through the Great Place to Work Certification

Program (GPTW).

Photo: GPTW news 2- cut

VALOR 1000

C.Vale is the second largest agricultural

company in Brazil in net revenue,

according to the Valor 1000 survey,

published by Valor Econômico magazine.

According to the research criteria, the

cooperative also appears as the 8th

largest company in the South of Brazil in

net revenue.

EXAME MAGAZINE

C.Vale is the second largest cooperative

in Brazil. The ranking is mentioned in

the 2021 edition of Maiores e Melhores

(Best and Biggest), published by Exame

magazine. The cooperative is the 57th

company in the country in net revenue. In

the ranking by region, C.Vale placed fifth

in the South. In Paraná, C.Vale appears as

the third largest company.

A GRANJA

The cooperative was elected, for the 31st

time, national wheat highlight by A Granja

magazine, from Porto Alegre (RS).

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Industrial

Billing

(In R$)

3.225.898.886

4.179.136.807

4.647.280.924

5.500.321.865

6.823.363.323

6.906.306.278

8.504.648.285

8.922.531.265

12.265.392.891

17.442.845.443

775.736.954

980.589.854

1.113.829.069

1.409.832.650

1.516.024.881

1.743.877.401

2.125.878.043

2.707.362.554

3.343.568.486

4.295.286.615

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

Industrial Units:

- Poultry Abattoir - Fish Abattoirs

- Chicken Thermal Processing Industry - Feed Factories

- Manioc processing plants

Total Achieved

Billing

(In R$)

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

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Governance

The management structure consists of three executive directors. The strategic issues

are discussed with the Board of Directors, composed of six members, and the accounts

are verified by the Audit Committee, composed of six cooperative members, as well as

internal and external auditors. Educational committees, women’s and youth groups are

instances of support that bring suggestions and claims to the board

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Engagement

Relating transparently and collaboratively with social segments is among

C.Vale’s concerns. The cooperative’s stance is that the development of partners

and the community needs to keep up with the growth and viability of C.Vale’s

business.

MEMBERS

GOVERNMENT

EMPLOYEES

COMMUNITY

CLIENTS

SUPPLIERS

CONSUMER

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Agroindustrialization

Chicken, dairy, pig, fish and manioc farming are alternatives that C.Vale found to

diversify activities and generate revenue. This strategy also improves the cooperative’s

profitability and generates thousands of jobs.

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Chicken

The cooperative maintains a full-cycle poultry production system, composed of

feed mills, breeders, hatcheries, field aviaries, abattoir and

thermal processing plant.

Aviaries

Chicken

production

2020

1.000

2020

153.883.340

2021

1.063

2021

151.252.860

Meat

marketed

Foreign

market

2020

374.681.148

2020

66,42%

2021

378.842.416

2021

66,76%

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Production Chain

Seeds Production

Consumer

Agricultural

Production

Exportation and

Domestic Markets

Grain Storage

POULTRY

PRODUCTION

CHAIN

Further Processing Plant

Feed Mills

Slaughterhouse

Breeder Farms

Broiler Houses

Hatcheries

C.Vale controls the entire poultry production chain, from the production of

seeds to the product that reaches the consumer’s table. A traceability system

ensures the control of procedures related to chicken farming. This tool allows

the identification of agrochemicals used in crops, medication and type of

management. Air-conditioned farms ensure the animal’s well-being.

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Certifications

Investments in product quality are a priority for C.Vale. In 2021, the cooperative

obtained 21 certifications covering the production of soybean seeds, modified

manioc starch, grain storage, feed, chicken, fish and pig production, and social

responsibility actions.

Year

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

Certifications

16

16

17

20

21

Audits received

66

66

88

54

82

Laboratory Analyses

255.655

351.956

474.441

957.323

1.624.740

ALO FREE

BAP

BRC

Global G.A.P

HACCP

HALAL

ISO 17025

Certifications

ISO 9001

Kosher

MAPA

McDonald’s

SEDEX

SWA

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Animal Feed Production

The use of organic nutritional ingredients allows for a more efficient use of feed.

With this, food conversion improves and the cooperative gains in competitiveness due

to the reduction in meat production costs.

Feed Production for

poultry and fish

(In kilograms)

2020

2021

741.998.427

755.845.320

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Products

To serve the domestic and foreign markets, C.Vale

industrializes more than 240 types of chicken and tilapia cuts.

The industrial plants, with capacity to process 615 thousand

birds/day and 150 thousand fish/day, are able to adapt quickly

to adjust products to the most varied client demands. The

cooperative serves wholesale and retail.

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Fish

The production of tilapia is also part of C.Vale’s integration system. The cooperative

provides fish, technical assistance and feed. Farmers manage and deliver the tilapia to

the C.Vale’s abattoir, which completes industrial processing and markets the meat.

Tilapia slaughtered

(In kilograms)

Water surface

(In hectares)

Average weight

(In grams)

2020 22.664.192 2020 650 2020 918

2021 27.163.891 2021 721 2021 950

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Pigs

As part of its strategy to stimulate pig farming, C.Vale has a Piglet Production Unit

(UPL). The members fatten the animals and send them to Frimesa

for industrialization.

Pigs produced Kilos of meat Batches delivered

2020 381.880 2020 49.221.715 2020 315

2021 404.062 2021 53.085.782 2021 320

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Dairy

C.Vale members have in dairy production an alternative to increase revenue. They

deliver the product for industrialization to Frimesa, the central cooperative of

which C.Vale is part of.

Output volume

(In litres)

2020

14.916.164

2021

14.958.282

Average Productivity

20 litres/cow/day

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Manioc

Two C.Vale industries supply modified manioc starch to companies in the paper,

textile and food sectors. The manioc starch plants were built with innovative

concepts and technologies, such as stainless-steel installations and separation

between clean and “dirty” areas.

Manioc received

(In tonnes)

2020

2021

122.371

118.835

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Seed Production

C.Vale soybean seeds are produced in the regions most conducive to this

activity, in Rio Grande do Sul and Santa Catarina. Following strict standards at

all stages, from production to marketing, the seeds have the international ISO

9001 certification. The goal is to provide members with high quality raw material

allowing them to reach maximum yield.

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Cooperative

Members

Membership

by State

Paraná

Mato Grosso

2020

14.607

1.805

2021

15.312

1.841

The union of 24,633 producers around a

cooperative provides security and better

conditions for marketing. C.Vale is able to

negotiate inputs and sell production on a

large scale, under much more advantageous

conditions than farmers would be able to do

in isolation.

Mato Grosso do Sul

Santa Catarina

Rio Grande do Sul

Age range

18 to 29 years

30 to 39 years

2.752

695

3.435

2020

1.183

3.010

2.967

709

3.804

2021

1.429

3.330

40 to 49 years

4.025

4.311

Evolution of membership

Above 50 years

15.076

15.563

Years of

Membership

2020

2021

01 to 04 years

7.241

8.856

05 to 09 years

5.930

5.851

13.793

14.614

15.562

17.191

18.795

19.795

20.892

21.920

23.294

24.633

2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021

10 to 14 years

15 to 19 years

Above 20 years

4.301

1.894

3.928

4.217

1.874

3.835

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Technical Qualification

C.Vale members get agronomical, veterinarian, commercial and operational

support from 429 professionals. Together, these professionals carried out 185,047

technical visits in 2021.

Technical Qualification

60.770 training hours

8.139 participations

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Surpluses

Technical qualification and diversification of activities are two of

the benefits offered by C.Vale. In addition to these advantages,

the cooperative transfers to members the surpluses related to

each farmer’s economic movement.

Payment of surpluses

(In R$)

22.272.713

32.483.259

36.864.065

54.476.486

35.627.199

30.357.978

40.533.074

88.153.408

92.240.745

129.357.583

2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021

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Youth

The continuity of the cooperative system is a concern of C.Vale. For this reason,

member’s children take part in a qualification program that includes seminars,

courses and exchanges focused on property management and technological

updates.

Personnel and cooperative training

21.879 training hours

5.157 participations

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Women

Women who are affiliated and wives of members can take part

in the women’s groups. Through them, women participate

in personal and professional qualification events. They also

receive training in property management, food production

and crafts to increase family income. Women are also

responsible for campaigns to collect clothing and food for

charitable entities.

Women represent 17% of the total coop members and 43%

of the staff.

Women’s organization

46.355 training hours

1.871 participations

Number of affiliated women

3.462 3.063

2017

3.709 3.302

2018

4.238 3.552

2019

4.875 3.857

2020

5.334 4.129

2021

Number of women employed

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

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Communities

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Communities

The economic and social effects of C.Vale’s operations are significant. In 2021, the

cooperative paid R$ 534 million in taxes to states and municipalities. In the case of

poultry farming, the ICMS tax is divided according to the percentage of chickens

produced in each municipality involved in the integration system. The cooperative

also assists entities that provide social assistance because it understands that

economic advances have to go hand in hand with improving the living conditions

of people, especially those who are most vulnerable.

Taxes and contributions generated

(In R$)

33.411

36.907

31.806

37.537

42.911

47.479

49.277

57.356

59.996

60.386

156.811.883

174.477.183

165.162.929

217.002.919

238.964.746

237.169.399

291.183.685

327.086.119

386.623.135

534.503.093

2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021

People served by C.Vale’s social

responsibility programs.

2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020

2021

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Young Apprentice

Adolescents with the age to enter the labour market have opportunities for

professional experience at C.Vale. The Cooperative Young Apprentice program

qualifies youths in administrative areas and prepares them to face their first

professional challenges. To get access to the program they need good school

performance. The cooperative also offers opportunities for extracurricular and

paid internships for students of technical and academic courses in various areas.

Young apprentices

Interns

57

74

54

98

120

132

256

267

225

247

10

10

14

23

24

19

16

32

43

35

2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021

2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021

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Cooperjovem

An initiative involving public and private schools allows students to receive basic

information about cooperativism. The Cooperjovem program, which started 23

years ago has taught the benefits of cooperation to more than 35,000 students.

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Employees

The creation of thousands of jobs is one of the greatest social benefits generated

by C.Vale. There are 12,388 direct employees. Of this total, 63.75% are linked to the

meat segment (chicken and fish), which corresponds to 7,897 people. The wages

they receive help stimulate the economy of their towns.

Evolution of staff numbers

5.644

6.038

6.404

7.471

7.840

9.130

9.468

10.634

11.825

12.388

2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021

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Employees

Distribution by business areas

Location

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019 2020 2021

Agro-industrial Complex

3.153

3.204

3.477

3.815

4.072

5.295

5.784

6.898 7.735 7.897

Other Locations

2.491

2.834

2.927

3.656

3.768

3.835

3.683

3.736

4.090

4.491

Total

5.644

6.038

6.404

7.471

7.840

9.130

9.467

10.634

11.825

12.388

Length of service

2021

Percent

Leadership positions

01 to 04 years

9.096

73,42%

05 to 09 years

1.682

13,57%

10 to 14 years

808

6,52%

15 to 19 years

462

3,72%

Above 20 years 340 2,74%

Age group

18 a 29 years

30 a 39 years

2021

6.043

3.306

Percent

48,78%

26,68%

550

2017

550

2018

547

2019

580

2020

643

2021

40 a 49 years

2.078

16,77%

Above 50 years

961

7,75%

Employees with disabilities

Gender

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

Women

3.462

3.709

4.238

4.875

5.334

Men

Total

5.668

9.130

5.758

9.467

6.396

10.634

6.950

11.825

7.054

12.388

324

361

391

375

362

Leadership

by gender

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

Women

105

104

101

104

122

Men

445

446

446

476

521

Employees promoted

Education level

Total

Percent

Incomplete Primary

3.110

25,10%

Complete Primary

855

6,90%

Incomplete Secondary

1.657

13,37%

Complete Secondary

Incomplete higher education

Complete Higher Education

4.214

757

1.351

34,01%

6,11%

10,91%

1.114

1.258

1.633

2.122

1.519

Postgraduate and Master’s Degree

444

3,58%

*NT: Translator’s Note: Primary and Secondary education in Brazil correspond to

Year 1-9 and 10-12 in the UK system, respectively.

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

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Employee

Benefits

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Employee Benefits

C.Vale offers annual profit sharing, workplace gymnastics, life insurance, food

vouchers, health and dental insurance, assistance to pregnant women and assists

in the maintenance of day-care centres for children of employees. The cooperative

encourages voluntary service in favour of charitable entities. The company makes

associations (Asfuca) available to employees, with leisure areas for the practice of

numerous sports and recreational activities.

Extra-salary

premiums

Meal allowances

Health insurance

Dental insurance

Assistance to pregnant women

Life insurance

Workplace gymnastics

Childcare vouchers

Profit Sharing

Funding for specializations

Sports and recreational association

Investments in meals

(In R$)

2020

2021

64.864.113

74.108.226

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Occupational Safety

The second consecutive year of the Covid-19 pandemic required greater care

for employees’ and members’ health. C.Vale has expanded occupational safety

and prevention as well as coronavirus and H1N1 preventive measures in the

cooperative’s business units and plants.

Workplace accident prevention is another constant concern for the cooperative.

The Internal Commission for Accident Prevention has more than 200 professionals

who are responsible for suggesting changes and adaptations to make the

work environment safer. In addition, employees receive guidance on the use of

protective equipment, firefighting and other accidents.

Investment

(In R$)

5.340.104

10.359.396

8.978.259

28.644.486

40.045.834

2017 2018 2019 2020 2021

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Qualification

Employees can get qualified through courses in the administrative, operational,

financial, commercial, management, quality, safety areas and in

post-graduate studies.

Hours of training

2021 - 335.997

Investments in qualification

(In R$)

Total participations

2021 – 189.881

Hours per employee

2021 - 27

5.701.486

5.632.777

7.712.543

6.223.766

9.550.266

2017 2018 2019 2020 2021

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Environmental

Sustainability is a concept that should guide the actions of all companies. C.Vale

Ambiental program is an action by the cooperative that engages members and

employees in a set of initiatives to ensure the balance between economic, social

and environmental actions. Over the last five years, more than R$ 40 million have

been invested in the cooperative’s environmental area.

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Riparian Forests

The need for the rational use of natural resources led C.Vale to provide seedlings and

technical assistance to members to stimulate the recovery of riparian forests and the

conservation of springs. At the same time, an area of 1,500 hectares of reforestation

provides firewood to supply industrial boilers and dryers in the cooperative’s grain receiving

units. Chicken farmers also use reforestation firewood to heat the aviaries.

Biomass consumption

(In kilograms)

126.298.083

123.779.503

139.851.975

133.857.036

131.770.000

Own area of 1,500 hectares

for reforestation

2017 2018 2019 2020 2021

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No-till farming

In grain cultivation, no-tillage is used in all crops. This technique reduces the risk of

erosion and siltation of rivers, as well as provides organic matter for crops.

Total cultivated area

(In hectares)

1.932.298

2.077.001

2.450.672

3.384.679

4.021.713

4.108.288

4.167.882

4.213.529

4.297.355

4.449.463

2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021

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Packaging

Collection

Collected packages

(In kilograms)

Pesticide containers are sent to

collection and recycling units by

members. After the triple wash,

farmers deliver the packages

at previously defined collection

points.

3.851.569

4.506.968

5.153.245

4.432.737

4.920.722

2017 2018 2019 2020 2021

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Water

The Rational Water Use Program (PURA) is an initiative aimed at promoting efficient water

use in C.Vale’s chicken and fish abattoirs, thermal processing and cassava processing

industries. It also involves the treatment of effluents to ensure the return of water to

nature in accordance with the standards required by environmental legislation.

Members are encouraged to recover and conserve springs to ensure

good quality water for future generations. In the State of Paraná, the cooperative is part of

an action that protects more than 2,500 springs.

Consumption indicators

Agro-industrial Complex

Poultry Abattoir

23.4 litres/chicken

Manioc processing plant

Manioc processing plant

4.8 litres/kilogram root

Fish Abattoir

12.4 litres/tilapia

Thermal processed

7.1 litres/kilogram

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3R’s

To avoid squander and control waste generation, C.Vale uses the 3R’s (Reduce,

Reuse and Recycle) program. A recycling plant in the chicken abattoir allows the

separation of plastic and cardboard from the entire agro-industrial complex.

With these measures, less than 1.4% of the discarded raw materials are sent to

landfills or specialized treatment. The cooperative also maintains a program of

collection and adequate destination for animal health product waste.

The initiative involves poultry, fish and pig farmers.

Total reused

Year Percent In tonnes

2017 96,01% 12.753

2018 96,46% 13.500

2019 96,71% 8.383

2020

2021

97,32%

98,37%

11.432

12.642

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Air Quality

To ensure air quality and people’s health, C.Vale monitors the emission of atmospheric

gases. The cooperative uses the methane gas (CH4) generated by the effluents from the

manioc processing plants and the Piglet Production Unit to generate clean energy and

minimize greenhouse effects. In the case of the two manioc processing plants, in Assis

Chateaubriand and Terra Roxa, both in the Paraná (PR), the measure reduced the costs of

industries with firewood by approximately 75%, in other words, avoiding the consumption of

more than 50 thousand trees/year.

Since 2021, in pig farming in Palotina (PR), the methane gas generated by the effluent

treatment ponds feeds a 260-kilowatt thermoelectric plant, which is equivalent to the

consumption of 400 households.

Biogas production

(In m 3 )

Manioc processing plants

Piglet Production Unit

2021 - 657.000

3.350.700

6.974.100

6.034.500

8.814.150

8.576.550

2017 2018 2019 2020 2021

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Energy

Savings

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Energy Savings

C.Vale has energy savings and clean use optimization systems. Input and

grain units and plants consume energy from renewable sources: wind, solar,

biomass, solid waste and small hydroelectric plants.

Supermarkets and hypermarkets boast facilities that can reduce electricity

consumption by up to 70%.

Renewable energy

(Percent)

Source

Biomass

Wind

Hydroelectric

Solar

0,24%

24,99%

74,69%

0,10%

Savings

(In R$)

12.326.765

18.242.689

18.653.702

15.682.260

35.744.611

65,48%

28,19%

71,40%

90,69%

96,39%

2017 2018 2019 2020 2021

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Credits

EXECUTIVE BOARD

Chairman: Alfredo Lang

Deputy-Chairman: Ademar Luiz Pedron

Director-Secretary: Walter Andrei Dal’Boit

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Adelar Viletti, Ademir Gênero, Airton José

Moreira, Celso Utech, Edmir Antônio

Soares e João Teles Morilha

AUDIT COMMITTEEL

Effective: Antonio de Freitas, Claudinei

Hafemann e Gilson Lussani

Alternate: Carlos Alfredo Kaiser, Nelson

Lauersdorf e Orival Roque Betinelli

COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE

General Coordination: Jonis Centenaro

Journalists: Renan Tadeu Pereira, Sara

Ferneda Messias e Almir Trevisan

Marketing: Luciano Campestrini, Nayara

Adib Nabhan e Rafael Vieira

Photos: C.Vale

Creation and Graphic Design: Kadabra

Design Estratégico

C.Vale - Cooperativa Agroindustrial

Avenida Independência, 2347

Phone (44) 3649-8181

CEP 85950-000

Palotina – Paraná

www.cvale.com.br

MUNICIPALITIES WITH

C.VALE BUSINESS UNITS

Paraná: Alto Piquiri, Assis Chateaubriand,

Braganey, Brasilândia do Sul, Campina da

Lagoa, Campo Mourão, Cascavel, Clevelândia,

Corbélia, Dr. Camargo, Floresta, Francisco

Alves, Goioerê, Guaíra, Guarapuava, Jardim

Alegre, Mamborê, Manoel Ribas, Marechal

Cândido Rondon, Maripá, Nova Aurora, Nova

Cantu, Nova Santa Rosa, Palotina (matriz),

Pitanga, Quinta do Sol, Roncador, São João

do Ivaí, São Jorge do Ivaí, São Pedro do

Iguaçu, Sarandi, Terra Boa, Terra Roxa, Toledo,

Tupãssi, Turvo e Umuarama.

Santa Catarina : Abelardo Luz e Faxinal dos

Guedes.

Mato Grosso: Cláudia, Diamantino, Feliz

Natal, Nova Mutum, Nova Ubiratã, Santa

Carmem, Santa Rita do Trivelato, Sinop,

Sorriso e Vera.

Mato Grosso do Sul: Amambaí, Antônio João,

Aral Moreira, Caarapó, Dourados, Fátima do

Sul, Itaporã, Naviraí, Ponta Porã, Rio Brilhante

e Tacuru.

Rio Grande do Sul: Bagé, Boa Vista do

Cadeado, Bozano, Catuípe, Cruz Alta,

Dilermando de Aguiar, Dom Pedrito,

Fortaleza dos Valos, Jari, Jóia, Júlio de

Castilhos, Palmeira das Missões, Santa

Bárbara do Sul, Santo Ângelo, São Borja, São

Luiz Gonzaga, Selbach, Tapera e Tupanciretã.

Paraguay: Corpus Christi, Katuetê, La

Paloma, Puerto Adela e San Alberto.

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