The city of Sumaré (São Paulo state) has launched a public consultation to allow interested parties to review the draft tender documents and contracts for a concession relative to the water supply and sanitation services of the city.
The future concessionaire will be responsible for the construction, modernization, operation and maintenance of production and distribution systems of drinking water. The project also includes the collection, removal, treatment and disposal of sewage for a period of 30 years.
The future concessionaire will be reimbursed with R$345 million (US$154 million) during the 30 years of the concession period. The public consultation is scheduled on 11 June 2014.
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Few days ago we published that OAS Investimentos S.A., a privately-owned Brazilian multinational conglomerate, had been awarded the sewage public private partnership project in the municipality of Guarulhos, in the state of São Paulo (Brazil).
The object of the PPP contract is the provision of public transport, treatment and disposal of sewage from the municipality urban area. The contract will involve capital investments, operation and maintenance of the sewage system. The concession will have a term of 30 years and the estimated value of the contract throughout the concession term is R$1.549 billion (US$678 million).
In late May the municipality of Taubate in Sao Paulo (Brazil) launched a tender process for the development of a water treatment system PPP. The selected bidder will be involved in the construction and development of a municipal water treatment system.
Total revenues of the waste PPP project are valued at R$1.9 billion (US$859 million). The contract agreement is for a period of 30 years.