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Main Title Water centric sustainable communities : planning, retrofitting, and building the next urban environment /
Author Novotny, Vladimir,
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Author Title of a Work
Ahern, John,
Brown, Paul,
Publisher Wiley,
Year Published 2010
OCLC Number 537308663
ISBN 9780470476086; 0470476087; 9780470642825; 0470642823; 9780470642832; 0470642831; 9780470642849; 047064284X; 9780470949962; 0470949961; 9780470951699; 0470951699; 9780470951934; 0470951931
Subjects Municipal water supply. ; Water resources development. ; Sustainable development. ; Urban runoff--Management. ; Watershed management. ; Vattenresurser. ; Hêallbar utveckling.
Internet Access
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The Class of 1924 Book Fund Home Page http://hdl.library.upenn.edu/1017.12/366301
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ELBM  TD346.N68 2010 AWBERC Library/Cincinnati,OH 11/14/2011
Collation xviii, 606 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
Historic paradigms of urban water/stormwater/wastewater management and drivers for change -- Urban sustainability concepts -- Planning and design for sustainable and resilient cities : theories, strategies, and best practices for green infrastructure -- Stormwater pollution abatement and flood control : stormwater as a resource -- Water demand and conservation -- Water reclamation and reuse -- Treatment and resource recovery unit processes -- Energy and urban water systems : towards net zero carbon footprint -- Restoring urban streams -- Planning and management of sustainable future communities -- Ecocities : evaluation and synthesis. This book departs from the traditional "clean water in, dirty water out" approach to establish a holistic paradigm for integrated water conservation and use in cities by embracing the three r's: reduce, reuse, recycle. This book provides the forum for lively discussion on the social concerns, technological challenges, planning issues, and economic woes putting up barriers to the reality of achieving a sustainable urban environment - and presents expert suggestions for overcoming them. This book combines landscape, water management, transportation, infrastructure, and triple bottom line assessment into one integrated system.