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Drought Management in a Changing Climate: Using Cost-Benefit Analyses to Assist Drinking Water UtilitiesAugust 10, 2015 Papers and Reports
A cost-benefit analysis can help drinking water utilities evaluate and compare alternative drought management practices and select those that have the greatest net benefit for their systems. This Water Research Foundation report provides relevant background information and guidance.
A Costly Endeavor: Addressing Algae Problems in a Drinking Water SupplyApril 29, 2015 Articles
A case study of the estimated costs associated with providing potable water from a drinking water supply with recurring nutrient-related algal blooms.
Engineered DPR Delivers Reliable Water QualityMarch 28, 2014 Articles
A WateReuse Research Foundation study compares engineered direct potable reuse with de facto potable reuse, in terms of reliable water quality in the United States. Investigators Glen Boyd, Nupur Hiremath, Deniz Demirkanli, and Mary Ellen Tuccillo (of Cadmus) and Guy Carpenter explain the study results in this World Water: Water Reuse & Desalination article.
Paving the Way for a Richer Mix of Residential Behavior ProgramsJune 5, 2013 Papers and Reports
This paper identifies behavior change intervention options for addressing behaviors that inherently impact energy-efficiency programs.
Minimizing Damage Claims and Legal Issues Related to Infrastructure FailureApril 26, 2013 Articles
"Minimizing Damage Claims and Legal Issues Related to Infrastructure Failure," Katherine Martel, Josh Habib, Bruce Tobey, Jonathan Cuppett; Advances in Water Research, April-June 2013.
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