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Challenges for providing universal access to water and sewer services in Brazil. The present article discusses the challenges that must be met to achieve universal access to water and sewer services in Brazil.

First, the principles concerning the topic in Brazilian law are presented, as well as theoretical aspects including concepts relating to universalization and the standards of service employed.

The main challenges for the universalization of water and sewer services in Brazil include the definition and establishment of public policies and designation of responsibility for the provision and regulation of these services.

Despite the significant amount of resources available for universalization in Brazil, institutional issues in this sector hinder the broadening of the coverage, inhibiting the investments in sanitation infrastructure. Acessado em maio de Nascimento NO, Heller L. Eng San Ambient. Gleick PH. The human right to water. Water Policy. Rev Soc Bras Med Trop. Hutton G, Haller L.

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Please contact customerservices lexology. The Brazilian government issued Provisional Measure No. ANA is expected to provide general standards and guidelines for basic sanitation public services, such as: service levels, tariff regulation and competition rules, among others. Therefore, the regulation provided by ANA must consider the particularities and characteristics of each region in which the sanitation services are rendered. The Sanitation Law Law No. Municipal and district-level legal competence to render basic sanitation public services has been reaffirmed, except where such services are provided at the regional level e.


Brazilian Government Revises Regulation of Basic Sanitation Framework

After nine years of the Sanitation Law that defines the national guidelines in this area, it is still necessary to clarify the elements characterizing basic sanitation, and seek tools that enable monitoring sanitation in municipalities. Increasing international initiatives employ composite indicators to measure the performance of cities, compare them and use them to influence national and international political discussions. The results show three indicators that compose a municipal index and indicate the need for data to fully evaluate sanitation. In Brazil there are roughly 3. Only This data demonstrates the need for improvements in basic sanitation.


Regulations are subject to change, please check with the government for the most up to date information. Share your Experience! No research available. No government documents available. Other key documents not available. Este decreto regulamenta a Lei n.


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