The sanitation services in Brazil have been a major issue for a number of years as the people of the nation have been struggling with waste water problems across the entire nation. Brazilian sanitation services have largely been operated by public sector companies who also operate the utilities used by the majority of Brazilian citizens who see their public sector groups providing all services at a level of 90 percent served by public utility companies, a further 70 percent are served by state level utility companies.
The decision by the Brazilian government to open up the waste water markets to private sector companies by providing concessions that will aid the decision of many companies in arriving back in the Brazilian utilities market; Felipe Montoro Jens, an infrastructure investment specialist, reveals the need for a growing level of government oversight must be addressed to ensured the success of the move towards a new era in sanitation for Brazil. One of the major issues needing to be addressed by private companies entering the water market in Brazil is the amount of wasted water that needs to be halted from escaping in the aging infrastructure of the nation that private companies will repair as they hope to increase the profitability of the water treatment process in Brazil.
Brazilian infrastructure specialist Felipe Montoro Jens has been a major supporter of the work being completed across the Americas and has been an important part of the Latin America Leadership Forum held annually to drive forward the business opportunities available to all business executives in the region.
Although his work has largely been based in Brazil, Felipe Montoro Jens has always had a global outlook on the business interests he is involved in across the planet. The former Terna S.p.A. executive has attended the Thunderbird School of Global Management and worked with many of the world’s leading investment companies. http://www.radaroficial.com.br/d/28075923