ECONOMIC AND AMBIENT BENEFITS HAPPENED OF the SELECTIVE COLLECTION WITH FINANCIAL IMPROVEMENT IN the CITY OF JAGUARIBE CEAR Romrio Soares Barbosa Francisco Peter Saldanha Alves Marta Luciana Sousa Xavier Summary the ambient question became a subject widely debated in all the ways, in sight of the increasing existing degradation. The alimentary oils, in special those used in the frituras, appear in this context as a residue generated daily in the homes and establishment of the country. Due to lack of information and/or lack of dissemination of ideas, this residue finishes being discarded of improper form generating serious problems for the environment and we, human beings. It is necessary to sensetize the population, therefore such question, even so conflicting, needs to be dealt with the seriousness that the case deserves, therefore all we is responsible for the preservation of the environment. In this direction, the present article aims at to present a quarrel concerning economic, social benefits ambient that the implantation of a system of selective collection will be able to provide for the city of Jaguaribe Cear.
Moreover, one searchs to detach the importance of individual actions, on the part of each one of us, in favor of the preservation of the environment, contributing for the sustainable development. Words key: Environment, Oil of Used fritura, Selective Collection, Sustainable Development. 1. Introduction the ambient question, in Brazil and the world, became a subject widely debated in all the ways, sight of the increasing existing ambient degradation currently and for the fact of that an environment in balance reflects in the quality of life of the peoples. In this context, the question appears of the solid residues (garbage) as one of the most serious threats to the planet. Our population grows in geometric levels e, together with it, grows the production of the garbage. Esteem itself that each human being produces 0,5kg on average 1,5kg (in function of the purchasing power of each individual) of garbage daily and multiplying for the total of the population of the world (about 6 billion), we will have the amazing cipher of 3,0 daily the 4,5 billion produced kilos of garbage (JACOBI, 2003).