Aleam discuss marketing of honey produced by stingless bees on Monday

The meeting takes place at 9 am and is part of actions for the drafting of laws for the sector.
06/06/2016 07h47 - Updated 6/06/2016 07h47
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The Agriculture Committee, livestock, Fisheries and Rural Supply (CAPPADR) the Amazonas State Legislature (Alea), chaired by Mr Dermilson Chagas (PEN), held on Monday (6), the second meeting with beekeepers (stingless bee breeders) to discuss aspects of the marketing and the draft Normative Instruction on management technical standards in the activity. The date, que ocorre no Miniplenário Beth Azize, Starting at 9 hours, It is part of actions for the drafting of the law for the sector.

According Chagas, discussions involving the scientific community, producers and technicians in the formulation of new law, which avoids errors. "When formulating a law is necessary to listen to all stakeholders, as a law stirs people's lives. We divided into several stages and have already discussed the project draft to send to the National Environmental Council. After we discussed with the Ipaam measures to reduce bureaucracy in the regulation and now we will discuss the marketing. We want to make a viable bill that benefits the producers and generate jobs and income ", said.

The resolution of the National Environment Council (Conama) No 346/2004 sets rules for creating, use, meliponários trade and deployment of adult bees and dispensing obtaining authorization to less than meliponários 50 colonies that are intended for craft production.

On the other hand, to her 3.785/2012 which provides for environmental licensing in the state of Amazonas has no device that includes the activity of beekeeping, creating hindrance at the time the farmer seeks license by the Amazonas Environmental Protection Institute (Ipaam) meliponários for expansion and production in the sector. Per annum, the stingless bee breeders in the state produce on average 12 tons, but the lack of specific law causes damage.

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