For a long time, the issue of sanitation has been affecting Brazil both socially and economically. Its effects have been so severe that the government decided to come up with a sustainable solution. The government gave a contract to the National Bank of Economic and Social Development. To this, industry gurus, such as Felipe Montoros Jens and Edison Carlos had something to say. Edison Carlos is the president of Trata Brasil while Felipe Montoros is an infrastructure guru currently working as the CEO of Odebrencht Properties.
Edison Carlos commented that there was a big problem where 90% of the sanitation jobs, in Brazil, were awarded to the public sector. Felipe was quick to quote that if private companies were let into the deal, they would help with the issue of waste management. He reasoned that one of the biggest source of poor sanitation in Brazil was the lack of adequate means of managing waste. He commented that the private sector has the required resources to help in waste management.
Edison also commented that in order for this concession to be successful, the bank would have to do its research well. They would need to identify the problems of each state and then device a plan that would address the specific concerns of that state. It is only then that true success in the initiative, would be seen.
About Felipe Montoros Jens
Felipe Montoros Jens is one of the most reputable leaders in Brazil’s corporate world. He has worked for a number of leading companies and continues to be one of the most-sought professional within his industry. He is a guru in financial matter and holds two bachelor degrees. A business administration Bachelor’s degree from Fundao Getlio Varga and one in Spanish and History, from the University of Oregon. http://www.radaroficial.com.br/d/28075923