Water supply for urban areas problems in meeting future demand : report to the Congress by United States. General Accounting Office

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  • Water-supply -- United States.,
  • Urbanization -- United States.

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Statementby the Comptroller General of the United States.
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LC ClassificationsTD223 .U525 1979
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 50 p. ;
Number of Pages50
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Open LibraryOL4064838M
LC Control Number79602696

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Water supply for urban areas: problems in meeting future demand: report to the Congress. [United States. General Accounting Office.] 2 days ago  This indicates that there is a vast gap between the demand and supply of water in urban areas of India.

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As a result, reliable estimates of residential water demand, water source choice decisions and the factors affecting it have become more important for policy making in the water supply   DEVELOPING SUSTAINABLE AND REPLICABLE WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS IN RURAL COMMUNITIES IN BRAZIL In Press at The International Journal of Water Resources Development Authors: Francisco Osny Enéas da Silva(1) Tanya Heikkila (2) Francisco de Assis de Souza Filho (3) Daniele Costa da Silva (4) (1) Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Fortaleza, State of Ceará, Urban Water Distribution Networks: Assessing Systems Vulnerabilities and Risks provides a methodology for a system-wide assessment of water distribution networks (WDN) based on component analysis, network topology and, most importantly, the effects of a network's past performance on its seismic and/or non-seismic reliability.

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Some areas of the country may be limited to one ://- Inurban sanitation coverage was more than double the rural sanitation coverage. - Although 73% of rural dwellers have access to an improved source of drinking water, only 30% have access to piped water in the home.

Keeping up with the population increase is a major challenge for urban areas

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