Managed Public/Private Competition for Waste Water Treatment Works
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Research Assistant Maia A. Hansen prepared this case under the supervision of Professor John B. Miller as the basis for class discussion, and not to illustrate either effective or ineffective handling of infrastructure development related issues. Data presented in the case has been altered to simplify, focus, and to preserve individual confidentiality. The assistance of Kimberly Eagle and Barry Gullet of the CMUD, Ann Fernicola and David McKinsey of U.S. Water, Mike Gagliardo of the U.S. Conference of Mayors, Robert G. Joseph of U.S. Filter Corp., and David Zimmer of Camp Dresser & McKee in the preparation of this case is gratefully acknowledged.
KeywordsPrivate Firm Level Playing Field National Pollution Discharge Elimination System Water Environment Federation Infrastructure Delivery
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