America's Water and Wastewater Industries: Competition and Privatization
Lower costs, better service, fewer budget headaches…privatizing a water system can do this all for you and your company—if you do it right. This book tells you how.
America's Water and Wastewater Industries: Competition and Privatization examines outright sale of properties, design and build options, O&M contracts and service agreements, establishment of "concessions," "managed competition" between public and private-sector operators, outsourcing of non-core activities, and more.
If you're involved with municipal water policies or operations, you can't have a better resource at your fingertips!
Real-life case studies from both large and small communities, step-by-step checklists for contracts and negotiations, actual statutes for privatization and more.
Details and Features:
AUTHORS: PAUL SEIDENSTAT, MICHAEL NADOL, and SIMON HAKIM
AVAILABILITY: This title usually ships within 1 to 2 weeks.
7 x 10 inches
Table of Contents:
PART I: COMPETITION AND THE ROLE OF THE PRIVATE SECTOR
Chapter 1: Introduction: Competition and Privatization in the Water and Wastewater Industries
Chapter 2: Environmental Infrastructure: An Evolving Public-Private Partnership—David Haarmeyer
Chapter 3: Environmental and Contracting Issues in Municipal Wastewater Treatment Outsourcing—
Janine M. Landow-Esser and Melissa A. Manuel
Chapter 4: Professional Service Management and Operations of Municipal Water and Wastewater Utilities—Roger Hartman
PART II: CASE STUDIES
Chapter 5: The Privatization of Two New Jersey Municipal Water Departments—Robert E. Thiele, Jr.
Chapter 6: Sale of a Municipal Wastewater System: Franklin, Ohio—Douglas Herbst and Keith Oldewurtel
Chapter 7: Public-Private Partnership: Gardner, Massachusetts—Douglas Herbst and Robert Markowitch
Chapter 8: Privatization of Wilmington, Delaware's Wastewater System—Kash Srinivasan
Chapter 9: Implementing Seattle's Tolt Treatment Facilities' Design-Build-Operate Project—Elizabeth S. Kelly, Paul D. Reiter, and Scott Haskins
Chapter 10: Cost Savings for Atlanta's Water System Through Contract Operations and Management— Remedios del Rosario, David Seader, and John Salo
Chapter 11: Wastewater: A Public-Private Partnership in Oklahoma City—Kirk Humphreys
PART III: MANAGED COMPETITION
Chapter 12: Philadelphia's Biosolids Recycling Center: Transforming a Public Operation—Guru P. Bose, William E. Toffey, and James E. Golembeski
Chapter 13: Managed Competition in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Utilities—Kimberly S. Eagle
Chapter 14: Key Issues Limiting the Ability of Managed Competition as a Winning Alternative for Communities—Douglas Herbst
Chapter 15: Learning to Be Competitive from the Public Sector—Alan Manning
PART IV: POLICY ISSUES
Chapter 16: Privatization and Incentives for Efficiency: The Case of Wastewater Treatment—Randall G. Holcombe
Chapter 17: The Role of Utility Regulation in Water and Wastewater Privatization—Janice A. Beecher
Chapter 18: H2Ownership: Privatizing Waterworks in Theory and Practice—Steve H. Hanke and Stephen J. K. Walters
Author Biographical Information
Index of Abbreviations Frequently Used