14/06/2017 | 9AM
The Environment Foundation (Fatma) issued on Monday (12) the Preliminary Environmental License (LAP) of the inter-municipal maritime passenger terminal of Florianópolis. The document was delivered to the Department of Transportation and Terminals (Deter) and attests the environmental viability of the project.
According to Fatma, this is the first of three licenses, according to the legislation. Now, Deter can move the project forward. According to the license, the project will be built on an area of 8,000 square meters in the South Bay.
The estimated investment is R$ 8.5 million, which includes the terminal, dredging works and two vessels. The place to be dredged is the access to the terminal, which should be 2.60 meters deep, 260 meters long and 80 meters wide. "It is a venture that has been expected for years by the entire region and will contribute a lot to urban mobility. Now we can authorize some complementary studies and other details in order to bid," explains Deter president Fúlvio Rosar Neto.
Source: Diario Catarinense