Felipe Montoro Jens Explains Why The Government And Private Sectors Should Partner in Preventing Water Wastage

In collaboration with the National Bank for Economic and Social Development (BNDES), the Brazilian government announced its intention to make some concessions in the water and sanitation sector. In a recent interview with Felipe Montoro at https://www.jusbrasil.com.br/diarios/6691392/pg-32-secao-03-diario-oficial-do-distrito-federal-dodf-de-19-07-2010, Trata’s President Edison Carlos noted that he believed that the current services offered will experience a great deal of improvement in regards to resources, how it is structured and managed. The initiative will also see a reduction in water wastage.

A Worthy Partnership.

Edison also noted that public power provides 90 percent of basic sanitation 70 percent of this being derived from state organizations according to radaroficial.com.br. He highlighted the importance of the government and the private initiative working together noting that the government possesses a great deal of useful experience, which can be fully utilized with the involvement of private sectors. The private sector too has many resources, including the advanced technology that can come in handy in managing water wastage. Edison further advised both the government and the private agents to ensure that contracts are made with clear targets in mind. It is also paramount to perform regular inspections for serviced areas on checkdirector.co.uk. BNDES will play a part in conducting surveys in the states that it serves. The survey will indicate in detail the unique needs for every state after which plans of actions will be drawn.

About Felipe Montoro

Felipe Montoro Jens is an expert in infrastructure based in Sao Paulo Brazil. He studied at Fundacao Getulio Vargas between 1989 and 1993 graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Finance. Felipe Montoro Jens acquired his master’s degree from the Thunderbird School of Global Management.

Felipe Montoro Jens started working at His company properties in 2007 as the Head of Project Finance. He later rose to the position of Chief Investment Officer before being named the CEO. He is currently a director at the same firm.