Item description for Regulatory Systems and Networking of Water Utilities and Regulatory Bodies: Proceedings of the Regional Forum by Arthur C. McIntosh & Cesar E. Yniguez...
Recognizing that one of the main reasons for inefficient delivery of water services is that water utilities are not operated independently or according to principles of accountability and are loosely regulated, this publication argues that a regulatory body overseeing the implementation of a transparent government policy is desirable for both public and privately owned water supply and sewage systems. The text provides information on regulatory systems and experiences from different stakeholders in the water supply and sanitation sector, as well as an overview of regulatory systems around the world, ten case studies, eight country reports, and guidelines on how to establish independent regulatory systems for use by government ministries, water utilities, funding agencies, and consultants.
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Studio: Asian Development Bank
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.02" Width: 8.56" Height: 0.42" Weight: 1.23 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2002
Publisher Asian Development Bank
ISBN 9715614167 ISBN13 9789715614160
Availability 0 units.
More About Arthur C. McIntosh & Cesar E. Yniguez
Arthur C. McIntosh is the author of "Water Utilities Data Book--Asian and Pacific Region, 1993" and has worked for 24 years developing water supplies in South and Southeast Asia.