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Municipal water and wastewater reforms in the Russian Federation.

9781843391357

Municipal water and wastewater reforms in the Russian Federation.

Ivanov, Sergey Gennadyevich et al.

IWA Publishing

2007

58 pages

$190.00

Paperback

Water21 market briefing series

TD345

This report presents a brief analysis of the state of the municipal water supply and sanitary systems in Russia and describes approaches for understanding the causes of problems and finding solutions. The report looks at the objectives of the reform of Russia's Vodokanals, describes the regulatory framework governing the sector, including tariff regulation, and assesses the current condition of water and wastewater infrastructure. The most prominent examples of private sector involvement to date are examined. The report concludes with a short-range forecast of developments in the sector in Russia. It will be of interest to all seeking to understand changes in Russia's municipal water supply and wastewater disposal, including potential investors. The report lacks a subject index. Ivanov has worked in the municipal water supply field for 15 years. U.S. distribution by BookMasters.

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