Urban Water Management: Science Technology and Service Delivery: Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Urban Water Management: Science Technology and Service Delivery Borovetz, Bulgaria 16-20 October 2002 / Edition 1

Urban Water Management: Science Technology and Service Delivery: Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Urban Water Management: Science Technology and Service Delivery Borovetz, Bulgaria 16-20 October 2002 / Edition 1

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by Roumen Arsov
     
 

Urban water management issues are particularly important in the countries in transition in Central and Eastern Europe. During the last decade, political, economic and social changes in these countries have influenced almost every element of the public sector, including water services. There is an urgent need for the various countries to exchange information on this

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Urban water management issues are particularly important in the countries in transition in Central and Eastern Europe. During the last decade, political, economic and social changes in these countries have influenced almost every element of the public sector, including water services. There is an urgent need for the various countries to exchange information on this issue and to identify the best approaches to achieve this transition. The book focuses on the acute problems in the field of Urban Water Management in Central and Eastern Europe countries in transition, giving a first-class illustration of the transfer of know-how from traditional NATO countries. The following issues are discussed: Wastewater impacts on receiving waters and groundwater; Urban drainage planning and management; Urban flood protection and management; Combined sewer overflow management and control; Challenges to urban water supply; Wastewater technologies and management; Urban river catchment management - case studies; Private sector participation in urban water services delivery - case studies; Information technologies in urban water management - case studies (GIS, data management, etc.).

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781402015403
Publisher:
Springer Netherlands
Publication date:
11/30/2003
Series:
Nato Science Series: IV: (closed), #25
Edition description:
Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2003
Pages:
330
Product dimensions:
9.21(w) x 6.14(h) x 0.73(d)

Table of Contents

Subject Index. Preface. Acknowledgement. I: Challenges in Management of Urban Waters: Impacts on Receiving Waters. Overview of urban stormwater impacts on receiving waters; J. Marsalek. Municipal waste water treatment policy referring to EU guidelines and its impact on receiving waters from rivers to the receiving seas; H. Kroiss. DSS tools applied for the best strategy for investment in water and environment in CEE countries - key elements for future support for applications of structural funds of EU; E. Zeman, J. Krejcik, S. Vanececk. Documented impacts of urban effluents on water resources in the Czech Republic; P. Hlavinek. Problem of groundwater contamination from suburban waste disposal; K.V. Zotov, K.N. Kriulin, N.I. Vasileva, T.V. Zotova. II: Urban Drainage. Urban drainage water and storm water management; E.I. Pupyrev. Examples of urban drainage master plans - Prague case study; K. Pryl. Surface runoff modelling in steep terrain in a GIS environment; R. Arsov. Quality assurance in model based water management; J. Krejcik. Quantity and quality data from a stormwater cachment in Italy; S. Pagliara. III: Urban Flood Protection. Reduction of flood damages in urban areas of Canada; E. Watt. The catastrophic flood in Gdansk in July 2001; E. Woloszyn. Risk of flood stage exceedance upstream from a bridge; M. Sowinski, A. Marlewski. An approach for runoff computation using three data mining techniques; V. Bojkov. IV: Challenges in Urban Water Supply. Transformation of the water supplying sector in the countries of Central Europe; L. Tuhovcak. Impact of hydraulic conditions on the water quality in the distribution network. Case study from Prague's network; J. Kobr. Requirements on the water supply systems in Romania; V. Rojanschi. Cost effects of different calculation methods on water distribution systems; A. Cem Koc. V: CSO Management and Control. CSO: state of the art review; A.J. Saul. CSO pollution control policies and procedures in the UK; B. Crabtree. Optimal wastewater system storage tank volume to meet receiving water quality standards; D. Butler, K.T. Lau. VI: Wastewater Management. Wet-weather transient impacts on wastewater treatment; A.G. Capodaglio. Sizing of wastewater sludge anaerobic digesters; R. Arsov. Low-lime coagulation for the enhancement of primary treatment of urban wastewater; D. Marani, R. Ramadori, A.C. di Pinto, R. Passino. Integrated modelling of urban wastewater systems; M. Schütze, N. Schulz, P. Krebs. VII: Urban Water and Cachment Management. The data management for master planning in water supply, drainage and waste treatment; T. Metelka. Study, assessment and problems of management of small urban reservoirs in Belarus; T.I. Kukharchyk, V.S. Khomich, S.V. kakareka. Water protection of the Dyje River basin; R. Halhoun, J. Šebek. Lielupe River basin management plan: pollution sources and characteristics; D. Hadonina. VIII: Urban Water Services Delivery. Management and development strategy for water supply and sewerage in Bulgaria; Iv. Saev. Main private-sector participation in water utilities: risks and possibilities for their reduction and mitigation; A. Paskalev. Private sector participation in water and wastewater management in Bulgaria. Sofia case study. First stage of assets management planning and business process re-engineering; M. Martaud.

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