Over the course of our history, we have set successive production and sales records, made technological advances in all areas.
Our forests are nationally and internationally certified, reflecting our environmentally sound, socially beneficial, and economically viable approach to forest management.
We produce responsibly, in line with sustainable development goals, ensuring the sustainability of natural resources for current and future generations.
Eldorado Brazil adopts best corporate governance practices and standards, prioritizing transparency with our stakeholders and the market.
Our pulp mill, located in Três Lagoas in the state of Mato Grosso do Sul, is one of the most modern, safe, and competitive plants in the sector and has an exceptional operational efficiency.
Valuing people is one of Eldorado’s methods of ensuring continued growth in the international market.
We value transparent relationships with journalists from local, regional, and national media.
Eldorado Brazil is a signatory to the UN Global Compact and is committed to the principles governing human rights, the workplace, the environment, and anti-corruption.
We are part of Instituto Ethos's Business Movement for Integrity and Transparency, and its Business Agreement on Integrity Against Corruption.
Eldorado Brazil is registered with Agroíntegro, an initiative managed by the Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock, which endorses the integrity programs of companies in the sector.
•Internal audits to identify integrity risks
•Analysis of external audit results to improve the Compliance Program
•Identification and assessment of internal controls and creation or updating of compliance policies
•Employee training and communication campaigns on topics related to compliance and ethics
•Management of calls received via the Ethics Line, Eldorado Brazil's integrity channel
•Management of suppliers, including integrity assessments of the company's business partners
•Ethics Multipliers Program, in which employees from various departments help to raise awareness of the Compliance Program
•Annual employee survey of how the company's culture of ethics and compliance is perceived internally: results are used to identify opportunities to strengthen the culture and improve compliance
•Constant monitoring of Compliance Program activities and indicators to make remediations and/or corrections when necessary