The Renova Foundation is responsible for managing the reparation, restoration and reconstruction programs of the
regions impacted by the breakage of the Fundão dam, which occurred in November 2015. Vale is one of the
companies that maintains Renova, which has the autonomy to manage and execute the actions established by a
Conduct Adjustment Transaction Term.
Dialogue with the communities is what guides Renova’s actions in seeking to compensate, in an efficient and
transparent manner, what cannot be remedied. Recuperating the watershed, rehousing residents and indemnifying
all families that suffered losses due to the accident are its priorities.
The institution was born in 2016, from a Conduct Adjustment Transaction Term (TTAC).
The document was signed by Samarco Mineração and its shareholders – Vale and BHP Billiton – and also, by
institutions and bodies of the Federal Government and the States of Minas Gerais and Espírito Santo.
Watch the videos and check out the reparation and compensation activities conducted by
the Renova Foundation.
destined to reparation and compensation actions
Gualaxo do Norte River – Credit: Golder Associates / Disclosure
of land are in the process of forest restoration.
sent to CIF - covering 93,194 people
Spring protected by the farmer Hamilton Duarte, of Frei Inocêncio (MG) – Credit: Renova/Disclosure
springs, part of 5,000 to be protected over next 10 years
Adductor on the Santa Maria river in Colatina (ES). Credit: Jefferson Rocio
One of the visits by families from Bento Rodrigues for the rebuilding of homes. Renova/Disclosure
from 2019 budget set for resettlement works
have already received compensation and financial aid
will be invested in development and innovation research focused on the Rio Doce river
To clarify doubts or send suggestions to the Renova Foundation.
All this information is available on the Renova Foundation website or in materials released by the institution
until October 2018