Financing Water Supply Infrastructure - A Public Works Perspectiveby John P. Sullivan, Jr., Boston Water & Sewer Commission, Boston, MA, USA,
Abstract: The Massachusetts Water Resources Authority was established to ensure that the regional water and wastewater needs were properly addressed, removing the budget process from the legislature and establishing an autonomous eleven-member board to set the rates necessary to provide for needed improvements. The paper first presents an overview of the water system it is responsible for, including legislation, metering, leak detection, and related subjects. It then discusses rate considerations, capital improvements, and billing statistics.
Subject Headings: Infrastructure | Water supply systems | Water treatment plants | Financing | Water resources | Legislation | Wastewater management | North America | Massachusetts | United States
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