THE NATURE OF LONG RUN COST SAVINGS DUE TO WATER CONSERVATION1

@inproceedings{Walski1983THENO,
  title={THE NATURE OF LONG RUN COST SAVINGS DUE TO WATER CONSERVATION1},
  author={Thomas M. Walski},
  year={1983}
}
  • Thomas M. Walski
  • Published 1983
  • Economics
  • Savings in capital, operation, and maintenance costs of new water supply facilities are referred to as “long run foregone costs.” Any conservation measure leads to reduction of water use or loss, however, significant long run foregone costs are realized only when reductions in size or delays in construction of facilities result. In order to accurately evaluate these costs it is necessary to know which facilities are affected and how they are affected (i.e., eliminated, downsized, or delayed… CONTINUE READING

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