- Environment and Biodiversity
Environment preservation is in Klabin's DNA and means scientific research, preservation of endangered forests and animals, and
the sustainable growth of communities where we operate.
A Unidade Puma, em Ortigueira (PR), conta com tecnologia ambiental de ponta para consumo de água, tratamento de efluentes, emissões atmosféricas e redução do uso de insumos, atingindo padrões de controle ambiental mais rigorosos do que os previstos na legislação.
Natural Heritage Private Reserves (RPPN)
Klabin maintains Natural Heritage Private Reserves (RPPNs) that are dedicated exclusively to scientific research, environmental protection and the preservation of water resources and that make an effective contribution to conserving the biodiversity of the Atlantic Forest biome.
Serra da Farofa Complex RPPN (SC)
Located in Santa Catarina, this is Klabin’s largest RPPN. The complex has nearly 5,000 hectares of remaining tracts of Atlantic Forest, which contain araucaria forest and highland fields, as well as headlands of the Caveiras and Canoas rivers. The RPPN is dedicated to scientific research, natural resource management and preserving climate and ecological balance.
Monte Alegre RPPN (PR)
Located on the Monte Alegre Farm in Telêmaco Borba, Paraná and spanning 3,852 hectares, this reserve also serves as a platform for conducting scientific research, protecting local biodiversity and water resources. It also supplies the seeds of forest species for restoring damaged areas and protecting potential archeological sites of historical, cultural and paleontological importance.
Klabin maintains an Ecological Park on the Monte Alegre Farm in Telêmaco Borba, Paraná, whose activities include conserving biodiversity, rehabilitating wildlife, protecting species threatened by extinction, scientific research and supporting environmental education projects. It also houses a shelter for wildlife in risk situations incapable of returning to the wild. Created in the 1980s, the Klabin Ecological Park covers 11,000 hectares, 71% of which is formed by natural forests. It shelters some 200 examples of 50 species that live in the park's scientific nursery. The park is a High Conservation Value Area, which means it has a significant concentration of wealth related to biodiversity and ecosystems that are rare or endangered.