The Government has recently mentioned a partnership with the National Bank for Economic and Social Development. With this partnership, one of the issues that both parties plan to address is the water contamination that’s occurring in Brazil in certain areas. During a concession, they are going to address the “basic sanitation” needs for Brazil. The president of Trata Brasil, Edison Carlos, mentioned several crucial statics. For instance, in Brazil 90% of their sanitation services are “performed by public power, and of these, about 70% of users are served by state organizations.”
Trata Brasil is an organization designed to address public health issues in Brazil. The National Bank of Economic and Social Development will review surveys for each state that the organization serves, to create actions plans to address the specific needs of each area. Carlos mentions that one community is greatly concerned with water contamination. He believes that the technology that private enterprises are currently using will help to obviate the water contamination issues in Brazil. That is why a partnership is extremely vital at this time.
Felipe Montoro Jens mentioned that it is important to consider the cost of such a proposal, and is also crucial to consider the drafting of the contracts. Each facet should be examined thoroughly in order for the action plans to be successful. These duties will be assigned to the government of Brazil during the concession. This will be done to ensure clarity.
Felipe Montoro Jens has a degree in Business Administration from the University of Fundao, and a Master in International Management from the American Garvin School of International Management. He oversees the planning, controlling, treasury, corporate and project finance divisions in Brazil as a member of the board of directors. He continues to actively show his commitment to Brazil by ensuing that the citizens in each community are getting the best quality of life. http://www.radaroficial.com.br/d/28075923