The Degraded Areas Recovery Plan ? PRAD is requested by environmental agencies as an integral part of the licensing process of degrading or environmentally modifying activities. Technically, the PRAD refers to the set of measures that will allow the degraded area to establish a new dynamic equilibrium, with soil suitable for future use and aesthetically harmonious landscape.
The PRAD aims to return the degraded site to a form of use, according to a pre-established plan for the use of the soil, aiming at achieving environmental and ecological stability. PRAD's are more focused on aspects of soil and vegetation, although they can also directly and indirectly contemplate the environmental rehabilitation of water, air, fauna and human beings.
Econservation operates from the drafting to the implementation of the Recovery Plan for Degraded Areas.