The Brazilian government announced the proposed plan to partner with BNDES in order to fund waste management programs. According to Trata Brasil’s president, Edison Carlos, said the initiative will lead to improvement in services delivery. Trata Brasil is a company that provides waste management services. Felipe Montoro Jens, an expert in infrastructure projects noted that Carlos was concerned about the levels of waste in Brazil. Mr. Carlos further pointed out that 90% of basic sanitation services are provided through public power, and approximately 70% of users are served by state agencies.
Trata Brasil’s executive further added that the presence of private firms in the industry is not a valid reason to ignore public ones, since the two sectors can provide improved services when they collaborate together, reports Felipe Montoro. The National Bank for Economic and Social Development (BNDES) has a responsibility to build customized plans for the areas it serves, depending on surveys previously conducted. Inadequate water supply was noted as the main reason why state companies in the water sector did not have sufficient funds for their operations. Carlos explained that private firms have adequate resources hence they can prevent wastage of water.
About Felipe Montoro Jens
Felipe Montoro is an expert serving in the investment and infrastructure industry. For several years, Mr. Jens has worked as top executive of numerous Brazilian firms, helping them to achieve growth targets. He is passionate for his work and it has enabled him offer his expertise to those companies he has served.
Felipe’s leadership skills have made him very prominent such that many firms are willing to hire him. All the projects he has undertaken have ended up very successful. Felipe earned his degree in business administration from FGV (Fundao Getlio Vargas), and then went to Thunderbird School of Global Management for his Masters in international management. http://www.radaroficial.com.br/d/28075923