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RECORD NUMBER: 386 OF 881

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Main Title Institutional Aspects of Wastewater Management: The Boston Case Study.
Author Hudson, James F. ; Weinstein, Sarah ; Deese, Patricia S. ; Collins, Bert ; Madsen, Carol ;
CORP Author Urban Systems Research and Engineering, Inc., Cambridge, MA.;National Science Foundation, Washington, DC.;Council on Environmental Quality, Washington, DC.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.;Office of Management and Budget, Washington, DC.
Year Published 1979
Report Number EQ7AC015; NSF/PRA/CEQ-7AC015;
Stock Number PB-296 550
Additional Subjects Sewage treatment ; Municipalities ; Water pollution abatement ; Construction ; Grants ; Project planning ; Financing ; Political objectives ; Maintenance ; Government policies ; Expenses ; Standards ; Citizen participation ; Local government ; Waste water ; Regional planning ; Design ; Law enforcement ; Environmental impacts ; Massachusetts ; Case studies ; Institutional framework ; Boston(Massachusetts) ; Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1972
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NTIS  PB-296 550 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 367p
Abstract
The objective of the study was to examine recent operation of EPA's Construction Grants Program, using the Boston Metropolitan Area as a case study, with a view toward developing recommendations for possible actions at the national level. This report analyses the planning and institutional aspects of wastewater management in the Boston Metropolitan Area. This report addresses five institutional and political aspects of the water pollution control program: Financing of the local portions of system costs; Policy guidance issued by the Federal government; Coordination among programs operations, management, and maintenance of programs and facilities; and Public participation in the planning processes. There are two types of recommendations: those which increase the considerations of comprehensive planning issues, and those which increase local flexibility in the implementation of facilities and controls.