There has been a recent announcement by the government of Brazil regarding the concessions that it will make through its partnership with BNDES, the National Bank for Economic and Social Development.
In fact, even Edison Carlos, the president of Trata Brasil has spoken about this initiative. Trata Brasil is the Institute which is doing several activities dealing with basic sanitation. This is why he is the right person as he has the correct perspective on this initiative by the government.
According to him, it is a great initiative which the government has taken. This will ensure that the services get thoroughly improved in their management as well as implementation. It will impact the complete structure as well as the different resource areas of these sanitation services.
Another infrastructure specialist is Felipe Montoro Jens. He looks at these concessions from a different viewpoint completely. He looks at it with a perspective of decreasing the quantity of waste that is being generated.
Edison had another point to make. He clearly stated that over 90% of the basic sanitation services were performed by the public sector in Brazil. There were nearly 70% of all users that were served by the state organizations. This is why the initiative of getting a private player needs to be welcomed by all. Felipe Montoro Jens says that both these players work differently. They can work in a better way if they work together in a way that complements each other.
Edison Carlos specifically spoke about the long experience of the government bodies that can be leveraged by the other companies that are getting into partnership with them.
Felipe Montoro Jens clearly spoke about financial loss due to the huge amount of waste being generated. Hence such an initiative of a partnership between public and private enterprise will help in managing the financial resources also. http://www.radaroficial.com.br/d/28075923