Combined vs. Separate Systems: What Works for You?

Event: Asia Water Week 2013: Securing Water for All (Main Event)

Combined vs. Separate Systems: What Works for You?

14 March 2013
Author / Speaker: 
Paul Reiter, International Water Association - Email the author | Other materials by the author

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This presentation discusses the urban arithmetic for 2050, explaining that the Chinese word for crisis signifies both danger and opportunity. It also presents the various stages of the decision space, including the different types of drainage systems—ditch and culvert, combined sewer, and storm drain.

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