Long Term/ Least Cost Planning for Wastewater Supply-Demand
ISBN: 1 84057 451 8
This report presents an outline wastewater supply-demand planning framework. A standard approach to long term least cost planning is set out, taking account of whole life costs and external impacts. The report presents a range of tools and approaches for planning in the face of uncertainty and presents definitions of key terms such as 'urban creep' and 'headroom'. The results of five case studies are presented to demonstrate the application of the methodology.
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