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- New Drinking Water Rules May Cost U.S. Utilities $1B. // WaterWorld;Jan99, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p1
Reports that the drinking water regulations Interim Enhanced Surface Water Treatment Rule and Stage 1 Disinfectants and Disinfection Byproducts Rule may cost $1 billion for water utilities in the United States. Provisions of the regulations.
- Small Systems Struggle To Meet Capital Improvement Needs. Pursley, Kathy // WaterWorld;Dec2000, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p60
Discusses the expected increase in spending for small water systems in the United States through 2005. Challenges related to meeting guidelines for regulations; Search for funding for upgrading and installing systems capable of meeting guidelines; Implementation of unfunded mandates; Targeting...
- Tapwatergate. Pope, Carl // Sierra;Jul/Aug94, Vol. 79 Issue 4, p30
Focuses on attempts to deregulate drinking water in the United States. Passage of Safe Drinking Water Act; Surge of legislation designed to weaken the act; Effects of drinking contaminated tap water; Increase in consumers of bottled water; Problems of compliance.
- Industry Calls For End Of Five-Year Review. Garrett, Paul // Utility Week;4/25/2003, Vol. 19 Issue 17, p3
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- Green gambits 'thwarted by regulation'. // Utility Week;8/2/2002, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p4
Reports on the comments of Pamela Taylor, chief executive of Water UK, regarding the water regulatory framework in Great Britain. Background on conflicts between the water industry and regulators; Implications of the regulations for water sustainability; Aspects of development needed for water...
- EPA simplifies monitoring for small public water systems. // WaterWorld;Mar99, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p8
Reports on the United States Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) decision to simplify monitoring requirements for small-to-medium drinking water utilities. Effectivity date of the policy change; Provisions under the Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Regulation; Reason for the EPA's...
- Drinking water regulations: Estimated cumulative energy use and costs. Reiling, Stephen J.; Roberson, J. Alan; Cromwell III, John E. // Journal: American Water Works Association;Mar2009, Vol. 101 Issue 3, p42
Although the cumulative energy use and costs from the 18 National Primary Drinking Water Regulations is significant, it is much less than the amount of energy typically used for pumping treated water through the distribution system. This study was undertaken to not only determine the cumulative...
- Drinking water regulations: Estimated cumulative energy use and costs. L. H. // Journal: American Water Works Association;Mar2009, Vol. 101 Issue 3, p20
The article focuses on a study conducted by Stephen J. Reiling and colleagues to determine the cumulative energy use and costs from the National Primary Drinking Water Regulations in the U.S. It notes that the study aims to understand the relationship between energy use and utility operation and...
- The Mispriced Resource. MAITRA, SUDEEP; STUCHTEY, MARTIN // Site Selection;Jan2013, Vol. 58 Issue 1, p42
The article focuses on the approaches taken by various federal and local governments to assess and manage global water supply risk, particularly the projected average gap of 40% between existing water supply and water demand by 2030. It states that physical, regulatory risks, and reputation...