29/09/2016 17h11 - Updated 29/09/2016 17h11

Advisor TEC-AM talk at the Federal Fluminense University, in Niterói

Julio Pinheiro presented the lecture "Environmental Control in the Amazon" forward engineering students and law.
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Respected in the legal environment for the vast knowledge in the environmental area, the director of Amazon Court (TCE-AM), Julio Pinheiro, He spoke on the morning of Thursday (29) to over 150 students, teachers and doctors of Advanced Technologies Research Center of the School of Engineering and Law at the Fluminense Federal University (NETAv / UFF), in Niterói (RJ).

The invitation to the lecture "Environmental Control in the Amazon", What happened in the auditorium Santo Domingo, geared toward engineering students and law, It was done by the Center coordinator, Dr. Fábio Barbosa Steps, after learning, by Youtube, the speech made by the counselor in the 2nd Strategic Planning Workshop of the Superior Court of Justice (STJ), in May 2015, which addressed the "Role of Audit Courts in Environmental Control" (look here).

Before the lecture schedule, the counselor appeared before, in the beginning of the month, by group of teachers and researchers at the headquarters of NetAV, on the subject and had the lecture content approved to be presented to students and teachers.

"NetAV has a study team only for issue of waste solution and they took note of the extensive work in the area of ​​Environmental Control that Amazon Court held, through the Department of Environmental Audit; the control performed by means of solid waste inspections conducted in 19 State municipalities; inspections carried out in the Environmental Sanitation Program of Manaus igarapés; audits in water distribution systems and pebbles extraction in Japurá etc. ", finished the counselor Julio Pinheiro, emphasizing that the invitation to the event is the recognition of Niterói facility to TCE-AM and, consequently, the collegial and servers.

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