Infrastructure expert Philipe Montoro Gens delivered a report on the existing state of sanitation in the country of Brazil as of May, 2017. This is important because there have been some major shifts in the way sanitation measures will be provided within Brazilian cities and towns. Though these changes will take some time to be implemented, they will be happening soon. The Brazilian government has decided to adopt a practice of using private companies as well as public programs for sanitation efforts. Brazil currently has 90% of the sanitation done by public programs, and 70% of these are run by state agencies.
Carlos Edison is the president of Trata Brasil, a private sanitation company. Edison stated that it would be important for governors to carefully review and work with private sanitation companies so that expectations are met. Private companies like Edison’s can work with the state run agencies to provide high quality sanitation measures. Edison foresees many benefits to this partnership, including closer water waste management, more resources, and higher standards.
Philipe Montero Gens, who reported on this ongoing partnership, is an infrastructure expert who has been involved in Brazilian infrastructure for years. He is looked to as an expert in finances, which makes him a valuable asset when it comes to analyzing city or statewide programs. He has a background in international management, business administration, and corporate finance.
His involvement in city, state, and country wide infrastructure strategies has brought him into the public forum, where he speaks on many issues. His career profile exhibits business dealings with natural resources such as coal, gas and oil. His business experience has also taken him into the field of real estate, defense, and natural resources. As a person capable of looking at the big picture, he is often one to report on unseen aspects of a government policy. http://www.radaroficial.com.br/d/28075923