The Brazilian government recently made an announcement that it has partnered with the National Bank for Economic and Social Development to generate concessions. This decision has come as a surprise to many and people still doubt if it is the right step taken by the government. The Ministry of Water has received the news in a positive manner.
In a recent interview conducted by a leading news channel, Edison Carlos, the President of a sanitation Institute, Trata Brasil and Felipe Montoro Jens, an infrastructure expert, were asked about their thoughts on the recent update by the government. Edison explained to the viewers how the partnership would allow the different states to receive proper sanitation plans. Not just the sanitation, even the water sector will greatly benefit from the association. There will be less wastage of water since this is one problem that Brazil has faced over the years. But, he also added that the contract with the private agencies would need to be inspected in a timely manner to ensure that the goals are being achieved.
Felipe Montoro Jens also shared the same thoughts and expressed that the concessions towards the private agencies will help Brazil immensely in building a better sanitation health program for its people. He also expressed his joy towards the fact that the government is taking its waste management programs seriously and working towards it.
Felipe Montoro Jens currently serves as the CEO of the Energipar Captação S.A. Under his leadership, the company has achieved success by providing their clients with innovative services for the satisfaction of their clients. Apart from that, he has worked with many other companies in Brazil and contributed immensely towards its success.
Felipe Montoro Jens pursued his graduation degree from Getulio Vargas Foundation and then went to ThunderBird School of Global Management for his post graduation degree. http://www.radaroficial.com.br/d/28075923