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|Main Title||Public-private partnership case studies : profiles of success in providing environmental services.|
|CORP Author||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.|
|Publisher||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Administration & Resources Management,|
|Subjects||Public-private sector cooperation--United States|
|Additional Subjects||Environmental protection ; Cost analysis ; Forecasting ; Case studies ; Local government ; Information transfer ; Technology transfer ; Private organizations ; Public relations ; US EPA ; Waste management ; Water pollution ; Air pollution ; Potable water ; Public-private partnerships ; Cooperative agreements|
|Collation||vi, 118 pages ; 28 cm|
The goal of the Public-Private Partnerships initiative is to bring together public and private interests to meet the demands of future environmental protection. The case studies report provides concrete examples to local officials of how successful partnerships can be formed and work for the benefit of both the public and private sectors. Many municipalities around the country already have extensive experience and expertise in the formation and implementation of public-private partnerships. The purpose of the report is to provide examples of how partnerships work and how they are developed, to indicate lessons learned in implementing partnerships and why they are successful, and to provide local communities useful information on developing or choosing partnership options.
"September 1990." "FDBKPPO2." "Distributed by the National Drinking Water Clearinghouse." Microfiche.