America's water and wastewater crisis : the role of private enterprise / Lewis D. Solomon.
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- ISBN: 9781412818230 :
- ISBN: 1412818230 :
- Physical Description: vi, 234 p. ; 24 cm.
- Publisher: New Brunswick, N.J. : Transaction Publishers, c2011.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Introduction -- Historical overview -- The development, ownership, federal funding and regulation of water and wastewater systems in the United States : a historical overview -- Water scarcity -- Water scarcity in the United States, climate change, and public sector conservation efforts -- Technology commercialization by the private sector increases water supplies and facilitates conservation -- Infrastructure privatization, comparative background, and privatization incentives -- Modes of privatization, comparative background, and privatization incentives -- Privatization of water supply and wastewater treatment infrastructure : a conceptual analysis -- Privatization in practice : evidence from empirical studies -- Privatization in practice : evidence from two case studies -- Conclusion : the role of private enterprise in meeting America's water supply and wastewater treatment crisis.
|Citation/References Note:|| LJ 06/15/2011
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