Felipe Montoro Jens’s Interview with Edison Carlos of Trata Brasil

Edison Carlos who is the president of Trata Brasil was recently interviewed, and these were his thoughts; the services provided by Trata Basil will undergo resource, management, and structural improvement. Felipe Montero Jens reports that according to Edison, the levels of waste would also decrease.


Edison says that the public power domain performs 90% of core sanitation services in Brazil and that the state organizations serve 70%. The presence of private initiatives does not mean that public ventures should shy away since the two sectors can work better in a complementary manner.


In addition, according to Edison, private companies play an important role in water conservation because they have more resources. They also have advanced technology that is crucial for water management in Brazil and improvement of the sewerage system in the country. Efficiency is not determined only by the organization’s administration efficiency, but also by its participation towards the well being of the society. There should not be a conflict between the utility created by the organization for the citizens and the needs of the citizens.


Edison advises that it is important to have clear goals when drafting contracts and when adopting new inspections by the public agencies from where the services will be provided. The governors should review all the activities that are presented during the concession and verify that they meet the standard requirements that were agreed on.


Felipe Montoro Jens is a graduate of Getulio Vergas Foundation and Thunderbid School of Global Management. Felipe Montoro Jens is an infrastructure expert and is also the chief executive officer at Energipar Captacao. Energipar Captacao was incorporated in the year 1996. The company issues securities in the form of subordinated debentures for both private and public distribution.


Felipe Montoro has a lot of previous experience in his career that is a key contributing factor to his success.



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