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N. A. W. C. National A. Companies, Water is your business : the unseen challenges eroding our economic foundation. National Association of Water Companies, Washington, DC, USA, p. 17 p.; ill., 2013.
D. Gootnick, U.S. water and sanitation aid : millions of beneficiaries reported in developing countries, but Department of State needs to strengthen strategic approach : a report to congressional requesters, vol. GAO-10-957. United States Government Accountability Office, GAO, Washington, DC, USA, p. 58 p. : 19 fig., 10 maps, 14 photogr., 1 tab., 2010.
S. Varghese, Privatizing U.S. water. Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, Minneapolis, MN, USA, p. 7 p., 2007.
Food and Water Watch -Washington, DC, US, Take back the tap : why choosing tap water over bottled water is better for your health, your pocketbook, and the environment. Food and Water Watch, Washington, DC, USA, p. iv, 14 p. : boxes, ill., 2007.
J. Curatolo and Zhu, W., Linking water quality to watershed management and education, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p.7-10 : 1 fig., 1 map, 2005.
B. R. Bruns, Ringler, C., and Meinzen-Dick, R., Water rights reform : lessons for institutional design. Washington, DC, USA: International Food Policy Research Institute, IFPRI, 2005, p. xxi, 336 p. : 2 boxes, 14 fig., 16 tab.
A. Vaidyanathan and Oudshoom, H. M., Managing water scarcity : experiences and prospects. New Delhi, India: Manohar, 2004, p. 434 p.
S. P. Gasteyer, Water and sanitation in the rural USA : scaling up through NGO technical assistance, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 24- 26 : 1 fig., 1 photogr., 2004.
J. I. Morales-Reyes, Franceys, R. W. A., Sansom, K. R., and Njiru, C., Contracting out water and sanitation services. Vol. 2. Case studies and analysis of service and management contracts in developing countries. Loughborough, UK: Water, Engineering and Development Centre, Loughborough University of Technology, WEDC, 2003, p. xiv, 229 p. : 15 boxes, 25 fig., 59 tab.
EPA -Washington, DC, US. Office of Water, The drinking water state revolving fund program : financing America's drinking water from he source to the tap : report to Congress. US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Washington, DC, USA, p. x, 98 p. : 34 fig., 19 tab., 2003.
G. Burrows, New rules, new roles : does PSP benefit the poor? : summaries of the case studies. WaterAid, London, UK, p. 40 p., 2003.
T. V. Cech, Principles of water resources : history, development, management, and policy. New York, NY, USA: Wiley, 2003, p. xiv, 446 p. + 10 p. annexes : maps, photogr., tabs.
G. A. Raftelis, Stannard, W., and Smith, H., Rate setting 101. Raftelis Financial Consulting (RFC), Charlotte, NC, USA, p. 146 p., 2003.
N. Dudley and Stolton, S., Running pure : the importance of forest protected areas to drinking water : a research report. Washington, DC, USA: World Bank, 2003, p. 112 p. : 5 boxes, 6 maps, photogr., 10 tab.
EPA -Cincinnati, OH, US, Voluntary national guidelines for management of onsite and clustered (decentralized) wastewater treatment systems. US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Cincinnati, OH, USA, p. 57 p. : 1 tab., 2003.
J. B. Rose and Grimes, D. J., Reevaluation of microbial water quality : powerful new tools for detection and risk assessment. American Academy of Microbiology, Washington, DC, USA, p. 18 p. : boxes, photogr., 2001.


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