A Review of Leakage - Updating Managing Leakage Methodology and Theory
ISBN: 1 84057 036 9
The first update of 'Managing Leakage', the 1995 water industry report. Economics of leakage methodology, both short and long term is developed in detail. There are case studies on whole- life costing. Seven key areas of UKWIR research are summarised including marginal costs, water balances, social and environmental costs, economics of supply pipe leakage and effects of mains rehabilitation.
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