The Promised and the Practical: Bill Taylor Co-authors Article in Water Environment & Technology
As traditional approaches to solving water quality problems become increasingly unaffordable, many municipalities are seeking alternatives, such as integrated water resources planning. This approach could offer communities an affordable path to meet water quality requirements and restore affected watersheds.
Reprinted with permission from Water Environment & Technology (2015), Vol. 27, No. 5. Copyright © 2015 Water Environment Federation: Alexandria, Virginia; www.wef.org/magazine.
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