Water Supply Planning: Issues, Concepts and Risks (Hardback)David W. Prasifka (author)
Hardback 282 Pages / Published: 31/10/1995
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As a source of reference material for the practising water engineer or water manager, this book outlines a strategy for projecting water consumption for specific types of land use and selecting a water conservation programme to maximise the beneficial use of a limited natural resource - a situation that typifies new development nationally and worldwide. The book contains a detailed breakdown of water use characteristics for a wide variety of residential, commercial, industrial and public land use. It also addresses the impacts of water reclamation and conservation on the water supply planning process. At the same time, it discusses the role of social and environmental objectives in water supply planning. Throughout, the book focuses on both national and international water supply issues.
Publisher: Krieger Publishing Company
Number of pages: 282
Edition: Second Edition
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