6 edition of Urban Water Management Science Technology and Service Delivery (Nato Science Series. IV. Earth and Environmental Sciences, 25) found in the catalog.
November 30, 2003
Written in English
|Contributions||Roumen Arsov (Editor), J. Marsalek (Editor), W. Ed Watt (Editor), Evzen Zeman (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||348|
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Service needs to be provided for expanding populations, at the same time that corrective measures must be taken for decaying older urban centers, resulting both from neglect and expiring service life. These needs exist within the framewode of other competing and conflicting uses for existing and yet to be developed water sources. Cities use large amounts of costly energy to supply water and treat wastewater, especially in China, one of the world’s largest providers of urban water and sanitation services.
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Urban Water Management Science Technology and Service Delivery (Nato Science Series: IV:) Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. Edition by W. Ed Watt (Author), J. Marsalek (Author), Roumen Arsov (Author), Evzen Zeman (Author) & 1 moreCited by: 6. Urban water management issues are particularly important in the countries in transition in Central and Eastern Europe.
During the last decade political, economical and social changes in the countries under transition have influenced almost every element of the public sector, including water services. Get this from a library.
Urban water management: science, technology and service delivery. [R Arsov;]. This book was written to make practical economic and engineering concepts readily available to urban water supply managers, thereby filling a gap in the available literature. It is concerned with decisions made daily, monthly, or annually by managers of urban water supply cturer: Springer.
Get this from a library. Urban Water Management: Science Technology and Service Delivery: Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Urban Water Management: Science Technology and Service Delivery Borovetz, Bulgaria October [Roumen Arsov; Jiri Marsalek; Watt; Evzen Zeman] -- Urban water management.
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