Sometimes you just have to share the wealth, especially when that wealth comes in the form of the most precious of elements, water. The government in Brazil is learning that sharing the wealth of the work focused on the wealth of water within the nation definitely works as a good deal. It may not feel like it, from the authority’s standpoint. But, in time, when businesses grow and the levels of wasted water go down, there are sure to be true concessions to accompany the contractual and service concessions underway.
These actions are not just happening all willy-nilly style and out of thin air. As a matter fact, they are a longtime coming in regards to the satisfaction and ultimate service rendered to the general public. So, chances are things should be working out just fine. More than that, there are major institutions and businessmen backing or supporting the project such as the National Bank for Economic and Social Development, Trata Brasil and its president Edison Carlos. It is all about changes in infrastructure, administration and resources that make this project and transition so needed and, frankly, just a bit overdue.
And, to add even more backing to these high reasonably lofty ambitions, Felipe Montoro Jens weighs in on the issue, and he also agrees that it is a good idea. He himself is a specialists in infrastructure projects and, honestly, quite a successful businessman. So, he knows what a winning deal in the making looks like. And, it is not like Jens is some junior executive or associate trying to make a name for himself by hedging his bets on the next big thing. He just happens to be the CEO (Chief Executive Officer) of His company Properties at His company S.A., Energipar Captacao S.A., and His company Participacoes Investimentos.