FAQ

Cetrel exists in order to provide water, treatment and final disposal of effluents and industrial waste. Also, for water reuse and distribution and total environmental monitoring of the Industrial Hub.

Treatment and disposal of 149.400 m³/day of effluents. Performing diagnostics, monitoring, remediation, management and laboratory tests of environmental resources, such as water, soil, air and biota. Waste disposal in adequate way, without harming the environment.

Superficial and subterranean brute water collection for treatment and manufacturing of clarified water, demineralized water and drinking water.

Cetrel is characterized by its commitment to the environment, which is reflected in efficient and liable operation of the environmental and pollution prevention control systems.

The waste treated by Cetrel are generated by the industries in the Camaçari Industrial Hub.

It depends on the technology and the kind of waste. They can go: Effluents, after correctly treated, are disposed on the submarine emissary. Sludge that comes from DAC are dispatched for ceramic industries, in co-processing and the residue from the plant goes to cement companies.

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The Submarine Emissary is a part of the submarine pipeline of Cetrel's oceanic disposal system, in which the treated effluent is transported and released into the sea, progressing almost five kilometers into the ocean.

Cetrel's submarine emissary is located in Arembepe's region, in Camaçari city.

Effluents are liquid waste generated by the industries, sewage and pluvial network.

The effluents are directed to its final disposal in the ocean, after the biological treatment in Cetrel's ETP (Effluent Treatment Plant). This ensures accordance with the quality parameters given by the environmental law. After the process, the treated effluent is released into the sea through Cetrel's submarine emissary, in which it is heavily diluted, dispersed and cleansed by the sea water. In this way, the risk for beaches and sea pollution is really low.