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How the Government Aims at Improving Sanitation

Through partnering with BNDES, the government will be able to make concessions which will assist in improving sanitation in Brazil. The president of Trata Brasil, Edison Carlos, has confirmed some of these plans, stating that the services which will be provided will have to go through improvements regarding structural resource areas and the management. The decrease in the levels of waste will be amongst the expectations thus being able to improve on sanitation.

 

In an interview, Edison pointed out that only 90% of sanitation in Brazil is performed by public power, 70% of which is served by most state organizations. According to this, the availability of the private initiative will be no reason to exclude the public since both of the stated forms can work together as complements. The government bodies which will be partnering with BNDES have the experience needed for this initiative and for using to leverage through their partnership with other companies.

 

BNDES will be aimed at ascertaining that there are unique custom plans for the states being represented. The surveys which have been conducted have been fruitful in indicating in detail the situation of each location and the necessary improvements. Some of the things which will have to be dealt with in no time will be the loss of water since it deteriorates sanitation.

 

Mr. Felipe Montoro Jens

 

He is a reputed finance professional and the chief executive officer of Energizer Captacao S.A. Mr. Felipe has expertise in finance and also investments. Through his career, he has worked with a few companies, some of which include Santo Antonio Energia, as the Director, Braskem S.A., and Concessionaria do Centro Administrativo do Districto Federal, as the chair of the board.

 

He is focused on infrastructure thus giving his views of the government partnering with BNDES. Being a skilled expert, he is also a leader within the organizations he heads, thus being able to ascertain that they do grow.

 

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