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Cooperative regional water management alternatives for Georgia

James E. Kundell

Cooperative regional water management alternatives for Georgia

by James E. Kundell

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Published by Carl Vinson Institute of Government in Athens, GA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Georgia
    • Subjects:
    • Water-supply -- Georgia -- Management -- Case studies,
    • Water quality management -- Georgia -- Case studies

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJames E. Kundell, Terry A. DeMeo.
      GenreCase studies.
      ContributionsDeMeo, Terry A., 1956-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTD224.G4 K86 1999
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL44582M
      ISBN 100898541956
      LC Control Number99040188

      national, regional and international ones. Since their basic concern is to serve their members’ individual and communal con-cerns, their voice and presence tends to fade with any focus towards the national, regional and international scenes. • Another important reason however, reported in an online survey of the cooperative move-. Water management includes supply, treatment, distribution, interconnections and the interaction of these infrastructure systems with the natural systems. Reducing Demand In the Metro Water District, more than 50 individual water providers work together to protect this valuable resource.

      The first 25 years, by Resources for the Future (Book); Kenneth R. Farrell taking the University to the people, University of California Cooperative Extension by Kenneth R Farrell (Book); Resources for the Future: the first 25 years, by Henry Jarrett (Book). Summary of the Act [] General Summary []. This Act asks EPD to develop and propose a comprehensive statewide water management plan. This Act doesn’t change any water laws or policies; instead, it merely asks EPD to develop a state plan, which will then be considered by the legislature in

      By Act of the Georgia Legislature in June , the South Fulton Municipal Regional Water & Sewer Authority was renamed the Middle Chattahoochee Regional Water & Sewer Authority. The web address was updated to reflect this change. Powered by Create your own unique website with customizable templates. State and Substate/Regional Water Management Options Privately Owned Public Water Systems Interstate Water Issues Real-Time Water Management Water Management with Increased Variation in Weather Patterns Interagency Coordination Enforcement Water Quality, Quantity, and Biotic Integrity Monitoring Data.


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