As in the area of water resources, the National Water and Sanitation Agency will be responsible for promoting courses and seminars to train stakeholders involved in regulating the sanitation sector at municipal, intermunicipal, district and state levels. In addition, upon request, ANA will be mandated to perform the measurement and resolution of disputes between the granting authority, the provider of sanitation services and the authority that regulates these services. All new contracts for sanitation services should take into account the changes brought about by the new regulatory framework, including universalization targets. 17. The regional basic sanitation service may correspond to a regional groundwater plan drawn up for all the municipalities served. II. Give priority to plans, programmes and projects to implement and expand basic sanitation and measures in areas inhabited by low-income populations, including consolidated informal urban centres, where they are not threatened; Among the direct effects on job creation, the National Confederation of Industry (CNI) estimates that R$3.8 billion of sanitation investment would create 221,000 jobs, particularly in the construction and machinery industries. III – the development or updating of regional universal service plans, which should take into account urban and rural environments; As long as the new operator does not take over the provision of services, the responsibility of the former provider remains, as determined by the principle of continuity of the public service (criterion also confirmed in § 7 of Article 4a of Decree No 10.588/2020). It is important that the decision to terminate the contract establishes additional time for the preparation of studies, tenders, permits, awards, contract signings and the assumption of services by the new provider. III – Universalization: progressive extension of access for all inhabited households to basic sanitation facilities in all services provided for in point XIV of the article of this article, including adequate treatment and final elimination of sanitation; VI – promote and promote scientific and technological research in the fields of sustainable development, conservation and management of water resources and sanitation, including the promotion of cooperation, technical and scientific dissemination and transfer of technology in these fields; And there is also the camp hypothesis, in which the licensing authority resumes service in the public interest through the municipal authorization law. The public interest may be shaped, for example, by the legal requirement of universalization combined with the absence of proof of economic and financial standing (required by Article 10-B of Law No. 11, 445/2007).
Finally, it is possible to have other chances of extinction in the contracts of the program themselves. The most appropriate form in each case should be assessed by the municipality and the regulatory body in accordance with the circumstances of the contract. One paragraph. In cases where the contracts provided for in this Article are terminated after the expiry of the programme contract of the public undertaking or the raising of mixed capital for the ordinary duration or expiry, the federal control unit of the ceding undertaking for the provision of fundamental restructuring public services at the time of signature of the public-private partnership agreement or sub-transfer; takes over these contracts on equal terms as the successful tenderer. – (NR) Mr President, ladies and gentlemen, another change brought about by the new sanitary facility is that the ANA will publish reference standards for solid waste management and stormwater drainage in cities. Both activities integrate basic sanitation as well as water supply, collection and wastewater treatment, because water is one. Kind. 11-B.
Contracts for the provision of public sanitation services should set targets for universalization to ensure the supply of safe drinking water to 99 per cent (ninety-nine per cent) of the population and 90 per cent (ninety-per cent) of the population with the collection and treatment of wastewater by 31 December 2033, as well as quantitative targets for non-interruption of supply. Reduction of losses and improvement of treatment processes. In addition to these events, five other auctions for the concession of sanitary services took place following the adoption of the regulatory framework, three in 2020 and two in 2022. I – the formalization of intermunicipal basic sanitation consortia, composed exclusively of municipalities that can provide the service directly to the members of their consortium through the creation of an intermunicipal municipality; § 4 – Licensees who elect a regulatory authority from another federal agency have priority in obtaining federal public funds for the preparation of the municipal basic rehabilitation plan.