Aegea Saneamento, a leader in the private sanitation sector, is moving the national scene with two crucial achievements. The company signed an agreement with the Government of Rio Grande do Sul to acquire Corsan, Companhia Riograndense de Saneamento. With this operation, the company will expand its reach to serve more than 6 million people in 317 municipalities in the state. The planned investment is R$ 15 billion by 2033 to improve the water supply infrastructure and expand the sewage system. The main goal will be to expand the population’s sewage collection and treatment service, which should jump from 20.1% to 90% by 2033.
Part of the solution to bring sanitation to all Brazilians involves making investments that directly benefit the population, which go beyond contractual commitments, to pursue the country’s socioeconomic development.
Aegea also won Sanepar’s bid, in Paraná, for a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) for sanitary sewage in 16 municipalities in the Center-Litoral micro-region of the state. The planned investment to universalize sewage services is about R$ 1 billion by 2033 and will benefit more than 600,000 people. With this victory, the company expands its operations to more than 500 municipalities in 14 states, covering more than 31 million people.
Radamés Casseb, CEO of Aegea, emphasizes that these initiatives are part of the company’s commitment to bring health, dignity, and quality of life through basic sanitation. The company positions itself as a driving force in the sector, aligning operational efficiency and responsible investments with the principles of the ESG agenda.
These operations reinforce our vision of complementarity between the public and private sectors in pursuing universal sanitation throughout Brazil. The acquisitions represent significant steps toward improving the population’s living conditions while promoting the country’s socioeconomic development.