PROPOSTA DE UM MODELO DE PLANTA INDUSTRIAL SUSTENTÁVEL PARA O PROCESSO INDUSTRIAL DE CERÂMICA VERMELHA NA REGIÃO DO VALE DO RIO TIJUCAS EM SANTA CATARINA, BRASIL

Gilmar Vedvotto Junior, George L Bleyer Ferreira, Osmar Possamai

Abstract


The structural ceramics industry, known as red ceramic, driven by the expansion of housing programs and the real estate sector is presented in full swing. The Tijucas River Valley in Santa Catarina, Brazil is one of the regions most concentrated activities in this sector in the State. However, the activity generates a large environmental impact for the region which has mobilized the state prosecutor´s office to demand of companies a term adjustment behaviors (TAB) for settlement activity. On the other hand, companies manifest difficulties in meeting environmental requirements. This study aimed to mitigate environmental impacts through a model of an industrial plant with sustainability techniques. The methodology used was characterized by a literature search and field so that enabled the mapping of the production process with the identification of the potential impact, thus resulting in a model plant for sustainable industrial sector. Index Terms - environmental management, structural ceramics, sustainable industrial plant, sustainable production techniques.

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ISSN 2319-0507

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