When the Well Runs Dry Paying for Storm Waterby Shaun Pigott, Shaun Pigott Associates, Bend, United States,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Water Management in the '90s: A Time for Innovation
Abstract: Much will be said during this conference about the need for various structural and nonstructural approaches toward mitigating problems related to storm water quality and quantity management. The not so shocking conclusion of this paper is that both approaches entail a significant commitment of resources in terms of staff time, equipment, and capital. The shock comes when the engineering analyses are undertaken and the corrective actions planned without a parallel evaluation of how these programs will be funded. The fact remains that many jurisdictions do not have the financial resources necessary to undertake a comprehensive storm water management program.
Subject Headings: Stormwater management | Water quality | Water pollution | Quality control | Municipal water | Equipment and machinery | Assets | Jurisdiction
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