This publication provides information from 50 water utilities in 31 Developing Member Countries of the Asian Development Bank. It is based largely on 1995 data.
|Title||Second water utilities data book : Asia and Pacific region|
|Year of Publication||1997|
|Authors||Yniguez, C, McIntosh, AC|
|Pagination||xix, 210 p. : 43 fig., 14 tab.|
|Publisher||Asian Development Bank|
|Place Published||Manila, Philippines|
|Keywords||bangladesh, bhutan thimphu, cab97/6, cambodia phnom penh, china, cook islands, fiji, hong kong, india, indonesia, kazakhstan, korea republic seoul, laos vientiane, maintenance costs, malaysia, maldives, mongolia, myanmar, nepal kathmandu, operation, pakistan, papua new guinea, philippines, private sector, samoa, sdiasi, singapore, solomon islands, sri lanka, statistics, taiwan, tariffs, thailand, tonga, unaccounted for water, urban areas, uzbekistan, vanuatu, viet nam, water authorities, water consumption, water costs, water quality, water use|
This publication provides information from 50 water utilities in 31 Developing Member Countries of the Asian Development Bank. It is based largely on 1995 data. New features include the results of consumer surveys, a section on private sector participation, comparisons with information in the first Data Book (1993), and greater analytical depth. The book hopes to provide a broad perspective of water utility services and institutions in the Asian and Pacific region to the stakeholders. Part I consists of a sector profile, Part II consists of Regional Profiles (figures and tables) with information on institutions, water production, service, management, tariffs and operation and maintenance, and Part III consists of Water Utility and City Profiles. There are also appendices consisting of the Water Utility Questionnaire, the Consumer Survey Questionnaire, and Suggested Evaluation Criteria for Utilities.
|Custom 1||202.6, 822|
|Original Publication||Regulatory systems and networking of water utilities and regulatory bodies : proceedings of the Regional Forum, Manila 26-28 March 2001|