The City of Cuiabá has developed a process, coordinated by the Municipal Department of Urban Services, which implements the system of selective collection carried out in conjunction with an orientation work, currently present in more than 20 neighborhoods of the city.
The objective of the initiative is to reuse solid waste, which, in addition to minimizing the amount of garbage in landfills, promotes income generation and improves the garis’ work situation. The city hall carries out this work together with cooperatives and, in addition to the implementation of the selective collection through a truck for collection and a space for separation and press of the material, is carrying out a work of environmental education through campaigns by the city.
In addition to the collection of household waste, large companies must register in the Department of Urban Services to control the production of solid waste. The city already has approximately 300 companies registered to control the volume of waste generated.
The City of Cuiabá has developed a process, coordinated by the Municipal Department of Urban Services, which implements the system of selective collection carried out in conjunction with an orientation work, currently present in more than 20 neighborhoods of the city. The objective of the initiative is to reuse solid waste, which, in addition to minimizing the amount of garbage in landfills, promotes income generation and improves the garis' work situation. The city hall carries out this work together with cooperatives
The Municipality of Suzano carried out, from the Municipal Secretariats of Urban Planning and Housing and Transportation and Urban Mobility, the first meeting that has as main objective to elaborate the Municipal Urban Mobility Plan. The theme addressed by the document focuses on highlighting solutions for traffic in the next ten years. Until March, residents can participate in the elaboration of public policies through an online questionnaire available on the city's website (click here to access). The questionnaire contains 21 pages
Founded in 1973, the Brazil-Canada Chamber of Commerce (CCBC) is an independent, privately held nonprofit organization. The CCBC's main objective is to promote commercial, cultural and technological exchange between Brazil and Canada through a differentiated and innovative producer and service. Arminio Calonga, Head of Business Development for CCBC, states that "Management efficiency is the smartest path to be taken by developing countries, such as Brazil. That's why events such as the Connected Smart Cities are critical: they bring the theme
On 21 November, the PPP Awards & Conference Brazil 2017 will take place at the Frei Caneca Convention Center in São Paulo. The Prize aims to value, enhance and contribute good works and ideas of Public-Private Partnerships developed in Brazil. Within a context of political crisis, public-private partnerships appear as an alternative to investments in the country's infrastructure. This type of partnership increasingly promotes the development of intelligent, connected and humane cities. The event's mission is to strengthen relationships between public
For more than 40 years in the market, Aceco IT is a reference in design, construction and maintenance of data centers and integrated command and control centers. The company has more than 700 specialized employees and prioritizes all modularity projects, bringing together designed and built environments for companies in Brazil, Latin America and Europe. According to the Manager of Integrated Centers of Command and Control (CICC), Nelson Osório de Castro Filho, "It is well known that Brazilian municipalities resent organized structures
Jamile Sabatini Marques works in the area of Human, Intelligent and Sustainable Cities through Fecomércio / SC, where she serves as President of the Chamber of Technology and Innovation. She is a member of the board of the International Journal of Knowledge-Based Development (IJKBD), a member of the Advisory Committee of the MCTIC Start-up Brazil Program, participates in the MDIC Industry 4.0 work group and is a member of the Municipal Innovation Council of Florianópolis / SC. In addition,