Infrastructure specialist, Felipe Montoro, has revealed that waste levels have decreased in Brazil. It was revealed that the Brazilian water sector had received the concessions generated by the BNDES program well.
The concessions are the result of the Brazilian government collaborating with BNDES (National Bank for Economic and Social Development). The Trata Brasil president, Edison Carlos has also confirmed that the provision of the services will develop the sanitation and water departments immensely. Trata Brasil is an organization that deals with essential sanitation services.
Currently, 90% of Brazil’s sanitation services are provided by the public sector and 70% of the people who use them depend on the states’ services. However, if both the public and private sectors co-exist then they will work more efficiently. Mr. Carlos also stated that the private sector would gain a lot of knowledge through the experienced government workers.
The scarcity of water in Brazil is caused by lack of efficient water management. Although the government provides finances to the water department, there’s still room for the private sector to add more resources to the limited assets. Felipe Montoro Jens pointed out that with competent management the water sector will stand to gain a lot and the issue of water scarcity will be solved.
In addition to this, the agreements of both entities should be done in a transparent and efficient manner. Each contract should also have clear objectives to provide ease of by the Brazilian government.
About Felipe Montoro Jens:
Felipe Montoro Jens is a Brazilian infrastructure specialist. Mr. Montoro has worked with various reputable organizations as an infrastructure planner, financial adviser, and strategist. He is also affiliated with a variety of boards and he sits on some of them under various roles.
Mr. Felipe Montoro Jens attended the Fundao Getlio Vargas and attained a degree in business administration.Felipe also holds a Masters in international management which he attained from The American Garvin School of International Management in the USA. http://relationshipscience.com/felipe-montoro-jens-p24643181