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19th March 2020

Vijayanagar Sugar achieves Bonsucro certification

M/S Vijayanagar Sugar Private Limited is the latest mill in India to achieve...

4th March 2020

Bonsucro certifications starts Bioenergética Vale do Paracatu on sustainability journey

Brazil is one of the biggest sugarcane producers and exporters in the world In...

26th February 2020

Sucro Sourcing LLC achieves Chain of Custody certificate

Recognising the importance of sustainability in the sugarcane supply chain,...

29th January 2020

Brazilian mill Usina Barralcool achieves Bonsucro certification

The Brazilian mill, Usina Barralcool SA, has received both the Production and...

21st January 2020

Azucarera receives Bonsucro Chain of Custody certification

The Spanish business, AB Azucarera Iberia, or Azucarera, is the latest...

19th December 2019

Bonsucro strengthens its presence in Central America, certifying its first mill in Costa Rica

Bonsucro is pleased to announce the certification of Ingenio Taboga against the...

18th December 2019

Bonsucro certifies its twelfth sugarcane mill in Thailand

Mitr Kasetr Uthaithani is the twelfth sugarcane mill in Thailand to become...

9th December 2019

SIS’88 Pte Ltd achieves Bonsucro Chain of Custody Certification

In November Singapore based SIS’88 Pte Ltd received Bonsucro Certification...

22nd November 2019

Tetra Pak launches packaging using Bonsucro-certified sustainable sugarcane

Bonsucro has partnered with Tetra Pak and their supplier Braskem making Tetra...

22nd November 2019

Omnicane becomes first Bonsucro certified African mill

Bonsucro is delighted to announce the certification of Omnicane Milling...

22nd July 2019

Bonsucro Technical Training in India: Another step ahead towards sustainable sugar production

Thirty participants and a room that was filled with experience, energy and...

19th July 2019

Ingenio Tala se convierte en el segundo ingenio certificado por Bonsucro en México.

La caña de azúcar es un cultivo importante en México Tiene una historia de...

19th July 2019

Ingenio Tala becomes the second Bonsucro certified mill in Mexico

Sugarcane is an important crop in Mexico It has history of cultivation dating...

14th June 2019

Ingenio Providencia achieves latest Bonsucro certification in Colombia

Ingenio Providencia has become the second mill in the Colombia to obtain...

11th June 2019

Argentina’s first Bonsucro certification for ethanol

An Argentine mill has become the country’s first to achieve Bonsucro...

5th June 2019

Bonsucro certification arrives in Mexico: Ingenio San Nicolas achieves country’s first certification

We’re pleased to announce that in March 2019, Ingenio San Nicolas (ISN)...

Bonsucro & Renovabio: Exploring synergies and advancing GHG reduction in Brazil

Project partners: Earth innovation Institute and Agroicone
Project length: 12 months Budget: $22,347,79
Supporting the Sustainable Development Goals:

RenovaBio is a Brazilian biofuel policy designed to decrease Brazil’s greenhouse gas emissions by 10% by 2029 [compared to 2018], in line with the Paris Agreement on climate change. It aims to do this by incentivising fuel distributors to blend more biofuels into their products. RenovaBio has established a certification scheme for biofuel, towards which Brazilian sugarcane mills are working, that will enable them to trade decarbonisation credits on the Brazilian stock exchange.

Bonsucro continuously seeks to grow awareness and adoption of its standard. In Brazil, this can be achieved by aligning its framework with RenovaBio to optimise costs and time for mills. In 2019, Bonsucro received a grant of US $22,000 from the Earth Innovation Institute to provide a common understanding of how RenovaBio works and how other regions might benefit from this approach.

Bonsucro addressed the topic at Bonsucro Global Week in Bangkok in March 2019, and through three stakeholder forums in Brazil. The Bonsucro team also commissioned a technical comparison study, which enabled the organisation to understand how best to align with RenovaBio’s requirements.

The study has been shared with key stakeholders in Brazil and the project is now complete. Bonsucro is working to incorporate the study’s findings and recommendations through its ongoing Production Standard Revision process.

By aligning opportunities of optimisation, joint work and integration with the Brazilian Government and reflecting it in the Bonsucro Standard, Bonsucro can help to ensure that more producers adopt sustainability standards like Bonsucro.