IMPROVING URBAN WATER INFRASTRUCTURE THROUGH PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS


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IMPROVING URBAN WATER INFRASTRUCTURE THROUGH PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS
Robin A. Johnson Adrian T. Moore Reason Public Policy Institute Los Angeles, California Water issues facing urban communities are part of a growing worldwide debate over the challenges of providing safe drinking water supplies and treated wastewater. While oil was described as the key commodity of the twentieth century, water is increasingly seen as the substance that will influence the course of human progress and economic development in …
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Larry W. Mays: Urban Water Supply Handbook. IMPROVING URBAN WATER INFRASTRUCTURE THROUGH PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2002), AccessEngineering Export