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RECORD NUMBER: 811 OF 819
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Working for Clean Water. 2. Citizen Handbooks. An Information Program for Advisory Groups.|
|CORP Author||Pennsylvania State Univ. Capitol Campus, Middletown. Inst. of State and Regional Affairs.;Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Office of Water Program Operations.;Ohio State Univ., Columbus.|
|Additional Subjects||Water pollution abatement ; Water quality management ; Water pollution control ; Information dissemination ; Public information ; Handbooks ; Alternatives ; Water conservation ; Waste water ; Water reuse ; Environmental impact assessments ; Financial management ; Land management ; Cost effectiveness ; Technology innovation ;|
'Working for Clean Water' is an information program designed to help citizen advisory groups and local officials improve decision making in water quality planning. The idea is simple--the more people know about a subject, the better prepared they are to make workable and practical decisions in meeting community needs. This program is aimed at helping people focus on essential issues and questions by providing materials suitable for persons with nontechnical backgrounds. These materials include handbooks, audiovisual presentations (slide/tape or 16 mm film), and instructor guides. This volume is one of a series of three which contain the citizen handbook materials.