RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Organizations representing companies in the urban cleaning and waste collection sector estimate that the increased default of municipalities may lead to the interruption of services in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
In an interview, representatives of the National Union of Urban Cleaning Companies (SELURB) and the Brazilian Association of Public Cleaning Companies and Special Waste (ABRELPE) pointed out that the companies were already dealing with high default levels and had increased costs with worker protection.
According to the president of SELURB, Márcio Matheus, there are now cities alerting outsourced companies that there will be . . .