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Social Responsibility and Internal Communications plan of action

In a globalized world, where resources are finite and possibilities of economic growth appear endless, decision makers in their process of thought must consider new paradigms. Being Socially Responsible means to be constantly reflecting on what direction to bear based on what is best for participants and the community in general.
Grupo Multiterminais comprehends, approves and encourages the practice of sustainable actions seeking a better world. We create and administrate environmentally friendly projects, naturally making an objective of ours to reduce negative impacts to our environment. We believe that social projects straighten relations with communities in which we act, also promoting citizenship and valuing people.
Expanding our business seeking a balance between natural resources, social aspects and economic growth is our goal. Grupo Multiterminais assumes this responsibility with the world, with our collaborators, and with present and future clients.
    • Wastewater Treatment and Reuse
      In 2016, MultiRio and in 2018 MultiCar implemented the treatment and reuse of effluents generated in their activities.
      All effluent generated are treated and reused in toilets, washing heavy machinery, construction sites, gardens and road humidification.
      Since implementation, 54,458 m³ of effluents have been reused in activities, making the terminal a pioneer in port activity with “ZERO DISPOSAL” of effluents, reusing 100% of the effluents in our activities.
    • Air Quality Monitoring
      Committed to the sustainable development of our activities, in 2020 MultiCar began a BLACK SMOKE monitoring program in its diesel-powered vehicles, used to transport its employees.
    • Composting On-Site
      In 2009, MultiRio and MultiCar implemented ON-SITE Composting.
      Making the two terminals, pioneers in port activity, composting 100% of food leftovers.
      The fertilizer generated by composting is reused in company gardens and donated to employees and visitors.
      Since the implementation of composting, 1,290 tons of food scraps are no longer sent to landfills. Eliminating the environmental impacts of discarding food leftovers and indirect CO² emissions for transportation to landfills.
    • Solid Waste Center
      In 2006, MultiRio and MultiCar built the Solid Waste Center and began sorting our waste.
      Since the implementation of the Solid Waste Center, 9,918 tons of waste, such as wood, plastic, paper, metals, cooking oil (vegetable) and oil (hydraulic) and tires, have been sent for recycling and/or reuse.
    • Replacing Chemical Toilets With Mobile Toilets
      Thinking about the well-being and health of our employees and the environment.
      MultiRio and MultiCar replaced the chemical bathrooms on the pier/patio with mobile bathrooms, equipped with a toilet, sink, soap dish and paper towels.
      Bathrooms offer greater comfort, privacy, ventilation and hygiene, compared to chemical bathrooms.
      The effluent generated is sent to the Treatment Station and reused in activities. Eliminating indirect CO² emissions, for transporting effluents, for external treatment.
    • Photovoltaic Power Generation System
      In March 2024, MultiRio inaugurated the first stage of its solar energy generation program. The solar plant is made up of 460 panels and is estimated to generate 360mW/year, corresponding to 3.5% of the terminal's consumption.
      MultiRio's own generation of solar energy plays a crucial role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions (15 tons of CO²/Year).
    • Energy Efficiency
      Equipment powered by fossil fuels is gradually being replaced by equipment powered by electricity.
      MultiRio acquired 16 electric RTGs (Rubber Tyred Gantry) and reduced the number of diesel Reach Stackers, from 15 to 8.
      Focused on sustainability, these RTGs have a system developed by Siemens, unprecedented in South America, and do not use fossil fuels.
      This sustainable technological solution reduces tons of greenhouse gas emissions when moving containers.
      In addition to the RTGs, MultiRio's new Portainers are of the STS (ship-to-shore crane) type and feature the Tandem "Single-Hoist" system, which allows them to simultaneously move two 20-foot containers. MultiRio currently has five electric Portaines.
    • Colégio Estadual Jornalista Maurício Azedo
      Through a public-private partnership, we enabled the construction and maintenance of the only public high school in the Caju neighborhood in 2015. In the first evaluation of the Basic Education Development Index (Ideb), in 2019, the school achieved the highest result of the entire Metropolitan Region VI and one of the best across the state network.

      Since then, more than two thousand students have received public education with a differentiated, full-time curriculum, designed to fully meet professional training focused on insertion into the job market, thus triggering an increase in income and quality of life for citizens.
    • Gol de Letra Library
      This initiative serves the residents of the Caju neighborhood and offers a space with multiple educational and leisure opportunities for children, teenagers, young people and adults. A collection of more than four thousand books for borrowing and reading on site, a toy library, games library, computers for research and electronic games are available to users. In addition to the collection, participants can enjoy activities mediated by the Gol de Letra Foundation's team of educators, such as storytelling and reading circles.

      In addition to these services, there are events such as meetings with writers, where the team invites authors to chat with Gol de Letra users and students; the reading circle, where various works of literature are read and dramatized; the cine library, which shows films for free; and the traveling library, which holds literature events in daycare centers, schools, hospitals and communities available to receive it.
    • FESTU – University Theater Festival
      Considered the most important university theater festival in Brazil, FESTU promotes art and reveals new talents. Since it was created in 2010, the festival has become a meeting point to promote a plurality of ideas and diversity of people.

      Over the years, it has received more than 3,300 applications from theater groups across the country and 50,000 young students/artists have been impacted. The presentations were watched by 280 thousand spectators. FESTU also sponsored 17 shows and distributed R$800,000 in prizes and university theater groups were awarded the 33rd Shell Theater Prize in 2023.
    • Cidade Unida
      Cidade Unida is a FESTU initiative that contributes to bringing theatrical art closer to underprivileged communities. In 2022, students from Escola Municipal Marechal Esperidião Rosas in the Caju neighborhood, downtown Rio de Janeiro, after 4 months of free classes, presented the adaptation of "A Menina e o Vento", a play by Maria Clara Machado.
    • Breaking Social Brazil (2024 Olympic modality)
      Free activities related to Breaking, such as House, Popping and HipHop dances, and sports. The objective is to empower young people with a lack of opportunities, identify and train athletes with Olympic potential, in addition to promoting citizenship, self-esteem and health. More than 150 hours of classes have already been offered and more than 100 Caju residents have benefited in the first six months of the project.

      In the social centers, students take free classes on the theory and practice of Olympic sport, which will debut in 2024 in Paris. There they learn about musicality, nutrition, anatomy, Olympic rules, English, marketing, breaking, hip hop dance, acrobatics, yoga, capoeira, crossfit, bodybuilding and functional training.
    • Hacktudo
      Technology is a topic for everyone! Hacktudo promotes the democratization of access, bringing people of all ages and social classes closer to new technologies through free cultural attractions. Full of news and attractions that mix technology, innovation, entrepreneurship, interactivity and lots of fun. In 2024, the festival also intends to begin the process of attracting new technology fans within public schools through augmented reality actions or other activation.
    • MAM – Research Professor
      Because we believe that education is the path to human development, we support this program aimed at teachers of any discipline working in schools in the municipal education network in Rio de Janeiro who are interested in art, culture and education. They are selected for a training residency lasting 6 months, which through collective and individual remote meetings will develop projects and methodologies that focus on the intersections between art, education and digital culture. Each resident will receive a stipend.
    • Festival Brasil: Avenida of Possibilities (created by the Observatório de Favelas)
      We encourage the development of initiatives that promote the empowerment of citizens over the city in which they live. Avenida Brasil, the expressway that connects the port to the rest of the country, is bordered by favelas that have historically been ignored. The protagonism of these people will be present through artists and collectives from different regions of the city and who experience these outskirts on the banks of Avenida Brasil for a collective exhibition at Galpão Bela Maré, in addition to a series of interventions along the route. It also includes a class-tour aboard a bus on a route rich in historical, architectural, artistic, geographic, political and social narratives, which have made Brazil the longest expressway in the country.
    • Desafio Nas Escolas
      Educational series that aims to promote self-esteem for public schools and a feeling of protagonism for their students, encouraging passion for school, identifying vocations and promoting a spirit of leadership and community. At C.E. Jornalista Mauricio Azedo, in Caju, the team identified and transformed an idle space into a room for developing artistic skills. The episodes are presented by Fábio Porchat and shown on Canal Futura and Globoplay.
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