Since the Fundão dam rupture in Mariana, SAMARCO, at first, and the RENOVA Foundation, after being constituted, have taken actions to identify the population affected by the disaster and their needs for reparation for material or immaterial losses, such as: loss relatives, real estate and paralysis of economic and productive activities.
Until now, the Emergency Registry, carried out immediately after the disaster, and the Integrated Registry – Phase 1, were carried out, where a more detailed and comprehensive survey of the affected families and the impacts resulting from the disaster was carried out, allowing the obtaining of the necessary information construction of remedial measures for those affected, totaling 98,204 thousand people, who are part of 30 thousand families.
Over 4 years, more than 130 professionals contributed to the process of repairing the damage caused to those impacted. 98,204 people were served, located in 40 municipalities, and 34,695 portfolios delivered.
The registration also involved the realization of 10,042 equity appraisal reports, which allowed to measure the material losses of each property affected by the disaster.
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Business Sector: Mining, Steel and Petrochemical Industry
Location: Minas Gerais
Period: 2016 – 2020
Client: RENOVA Foundation
Scope: 40 municipalities (Minas Gerais and Espírito Santo, Brazil).
Goal: To collect information on those impacted and to measure the losses of families due to the rupture of the Fundão tailings dam, supporting with technical data the establishment of a fair and adequate repair.
Results: Survey of data from more than 30 thousand families under the Renova Foundation Registration Program, which made it possible to verify the social conditions and losses suffered, to support the calculation of indemnities.
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