Felipe Montoro Jens says that concessions made by the Brazilian government can help improve the country. The government recently announced that they are making these concessions in partnership with BNDES. Edison Carlos recently gave an interview in which he talked about the initiative. He pointed out the good results that are likely to happen as a result of this. Felipe was an interviewee as well. He pointed out that besides the benefits brought up by Carlos, such as additional resources and an improved system for sanitation, there will also be less waste.
Right now, said Carlos, ninety percent of the sanitation systems in Brazil are operated by the government. Now that there will be private initiative involved, it means that they will be able to work together with the government to provide a better experience for all civilians.
What BNDES will do is conduct surveys for each state that they will service. Then they will develop plans according to the needs of each state. Private enterprise has more resources and will probably be more profitable. This will also help resources from being wasted. The private companies have better technology that they can put to their disposal. Therefore, Edison and Felipe praised these partnerships with the concessions involved in them. Of course, great care must be taken when planning these partnerships so that everything works out the best way and so that the sanitation system is operated in the best possible manner.
Mr. Felipe Montoro Jens is a well known businessman from Brazil. He is the Chief Executive Officer of Energia Captação S.A. He is a chairman at Concessionária do Centro Administrativo do Distrito Federal S.A. He was the director of Braskem S.A., Concesionaria Trasvase Olmos S.A., and Santo Antônio Energia S.A. He is headquartered in Rio De Janeiro.