Non-renewable energy sources have organic plant or animal origin, and it takes millions of years to form in nature. This high consumption harms society and the environment, because of the high volume of carbon dioxide (CO2), which its burning releases into the atmosphere. Renewable energy in Brazil has a significant participation, portraying 43.5% of the country's entire energy matrix. This presence is even greater if we consider only electricity, which totals 81.7%, while the world index is approximately 20%. This case study aims to present a technological solution for the supply of steam produced through a biomass boiler in a domestic feed industry. From a diagnosis and implementation, with objectives aimed at the implementation of technology through commodities capital. We opted for biomass through eucalyptus wood with high replanting control, there are nine stages of implementation of the project, aligned with the concept of the Deming improvement cycle. The integrated and dynamic process of the Biomass Boiler makes all its product and its waste have the best use from the environmental point of view. Working with the burning of biomass, the renewable fuel in the new Boiler unit managed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions more than 70%.