When wastewater experts and sanitation specialists come together to one table, you can no less than the very best in solutions and proposals; in fact, it’s just as when Carlos Edison and Brazil’s own Felipe Montoro Jens recently met to discuss potential plans regarding announced government solutions to end long-term wastewater crises in Brazil and surrounding regions. One should know that, when a government announces that it will soon impose changes for an ecosystem’s improvement or decline, it is always serious; as such, this form of decision is often hard to undo or reverse. It’s usually not even possible to try, yet proud Brazilians will do so nonetheless, even to their own undoing. It’s the sad fact of the matter, and it still holds true to this very day. Long live Brazil and its government, and may all of its wastewater problems come to their end sooner than we can all expect; at least, this was both Jens’s and Edison’s hope, and that’s why they met in the first place.
Edison and Jens hoped to strategize and conjure every possible alternative to reversing this rising plague in the most cost-effective and timely manner, both for their own sakes and for that of the country’s future. They asked and answered several questions in turn. Each considered the other’s point of view, and they both learned something new as a result. It was not a heated discussion, argument or debate; instead, it was a simple, casual exchange of ideas in order to implement something that works.
Jens is a scholar and an analyst. He is a sugar and ethanol expert as well. He has also studied wastewater levels.
He holds MBA degrees both domestic and abroad. He has proven himself in his field. He is no less a leader and a voice. http://relationshipscience.com/felipe-montoro-jens-p24643181