Brazilian engineering firm Solví is currently participating in two tenders abroad in Argentina and Colombia, the company's sanitation director, Luiz Augusto Rosa Gomes, told BNamericas.
The Argentine project is for environmental engineering, and the tender in Colombia is for solid waste management services, the executive said, without providing further details.
Solví is also working on an agreement to acquire new sanitation technology, although the deal has yet to be finalized.
The company has a team working to analyze opportunities abroad, but its main strategy in the sanitation sector is to grow nationally by participating in concessions throughout Brazil, according to Gomes.
Solví is a holding of various companies working in the solid waste management, basic sanitation, energy, and civil engineering sectors. It operates in 85 municipalities throughout Brazil and five in Peru.
The firm owns Brazilian water utility Águas do Amazonas, which serves Amazonas state capital Manaus.