Comprehensive Guide to Water and Wastewater Finance and Pricing
CRC Press, 1992. gada 18. dec. - 336 lappuses
Comprehensive Guide to Water and Wastewater Finance and Pricing, Second Edition provides an updated and expanded examination of the principal aspects of financing and pricing for water and wastewater utilities. Organized in two sections, this new edition covers everything from privatization and setting rate structures to long-term and short-term financing. Traditional and innovative financing methods and pricing structures are provided. The guide also shows how to design appropriate pricing structures to ensure equity and self-sufficiency.
What's new in the Second Edition?
Comprehensive Guide to Water and Wastewater Finance and Pricing, Second Edition has been significantly revised and expanded to address current trends in the industry. The new edition features expanded discussions of state revolving loan funds (SRFs) as a financing method for local governments, the privatization concept and current incentives and disincentives associated with environmental privatization, the impact on public private partnerships of the President's executive order relating to grant funded facilities, and proposed tax legislation that could have a significant impact on environmental infrastructure financing. The new edition provides a detailed example of how a utility would establish revenue requirements and then structure a set of rates to recover these requirements. It also provides a comprehensive chapter on conservation pricing which discusses the background of conservation rates, advantages and disadvantages, and design considerations of conservation rate structures (uniform rates, inverted block rates, seasonal rates, and marginal cost rates). Results from Ernst & Young's 1992 National Water and Wastewater Survey are supplied as well.
Comprehensive Guide to Water and Wastewater Finance and Pricing, Second Edition will be an indispensable reference for water and wastewater management, professional engineers, U.S. government officials, state and local government planners, investment bankers, utility entrepreneurs, directors of water and wastewater utilities, finance managers, utility and environmental attorneys, and financial and rate consultants.
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Introduction to Water and Wastewater Finance
FINANCING WATER AND WASTEWATER SERVICES
B The Capital and Financial Planning Process
LongTerm Financing ShortTerm Financing
A Overview of Privatization
Why Privatization Works
E Several Detailed Approaches to Structuring
Selecting the Appropriate Capital and Financial
A Revenue Offsets to Revenue Requirements
Allocation of Wastewater Cost of Service
A Establishing an Appropriate Fixed or Service
B General Considerations in Designing
Comparing Water and Wastewater Rates
Appendix B Survey of Monthly Water Charges
WATER AND WASTEWATER PRICING
Approach to Establishing User Charges
Identification of Revenue Requirements
B Recovering Operating and Maintenance Costs
Recovering Capital Costs
Survey of Wastewater Charges
Effective Dates Description of Rate Structures
Appendix E Survey of Additional Charges and Discounts
Appendix F Presidential Documents on Infrastructure
accounts addition administration allocation allow alternative amount approach appropriate areas Association basis benefits billing Block bonds calculating capital capital costs Chapter City classes of customers conservation conservation rates considered construction consumption contract cost of service customer classes debt service demand determine discussed economic effective environmental established evaluate example existing expense facilities factors federal fees Figure financial planning financing fixed funds Gallons grant identified impact implementation important increased Industrial interest interest rates investment issue issuer long-term maintenance major ment meter method Monthly Monthly Monthly needs notes O&M costs objectives obligation operating period pricing private sector Quarterly rate structure recovered Residential result revenue bonds revenue requirements risk seasonal short-term specific STEP system development charges Table tion treatment typically unit usage user charges usually utility water and wastewater