Renault Brazil is at Rio+20 to demonstrate our innovation and concern for the environment.
But Renault’s concern for the environment is not only here at Rio+20, it is provided throughout the manufacturing process, from the design of the vehicle until the end of the product’s life. For example, our Ayrton Senna complex has the largest preserved area of virgin forest throughout Latin America Also, since 2003, our Ayrton Senna complex has been ISO 14001 certified so there are several actions that show our commitment to the environment. Another extremely important point is that last year 57,000 tonnes of waste were recycled at the Ayrton Senna complex. Recycled products such as Styrofoam are used for the lining of the doors, of ceilings, and paint residues are turned into new metal parts, therefore it all causes us to have a greater respect for the environment. In other words, Renault Brazil has an extremely serious environmental policy and it also ends up permeating to the community through the Renault Institute.