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Author: Edward Means,Lorena Ospina,Nicole West,Roger Patrick
ISBN13: 978-1583214282
Title: A Strategic Assessment of the Future of Water Utilities
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Language: English
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Publisher: American Water Works Research Foundation (July 20, 2006)
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A Strategic Assessment of the Future of Water Utilities by Edward Means,Lorena Ospina,Nicole West,Roger Patrick



Edward Means, Nicole West. Forty-three (43) water professionals met to discuss and develop the ten top future trends and formulate the strategies to deal with each trend. Nineteen trends are presented within this paper. The top ten trends are described along with potential implications, and coping strategies are: Energy; Drinking Water Industry Employment and Workforce Issues; Political Environment; Forty-three (43) water professionals met to discuss and develop the ten top future trends and formulate the strategies to deal with. Lists with This Book.

A Strategic Assessment of the Future of Water Utilities. A Strategic Assessment of the Future of Water Utilities. Edward G Means III, Lorena Ospina, Nicole West, Roger Patrick. by Edward G Means III, Lorena Ospina, Nicole West, Roger Patrick. In 2000, three trends papers, grouped as societal, business, and utility categories, were written to provide context for expert workshops. Cover/Number of pages: Paperback, 228 pages.

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Forty-three (43) water professionals met to discuss and develop the ten top future trends and formulate the strategies to deal with each trend. Nineteen trends are presented within this paper. The top ten trends are described along with potential implications, and coping strategies are: Energy; Drinking Water Industry Employment and Workforce Issues; Political Environment; Population and Demographic Trends;Regulatory Trends; Total Water Management; Customer Expectations; Information Technology; Utility Finances; Information Security. The nine future trends identified and discussed are: Automation; Climate Change; Health Trends; Medical Trends; Regionalization Trends; Drinking Water Treatment Technology Issues; Economic Trends; Private Sector Participation; Physical Security. CD is included