A Small Water Users Association perspective on the Value of Water



The Value of Water

“We sometimes hear the phrase ‘the value of water,’ usually from government officials concerned that not enough is being done to upgrade water treatment and distribution infrastructure, implying that customers should be willing to pay more for the delivery of potable water,” writes Denny Smith in the Fall 2009 issue of Watermark Magazine.  “But, what doed the ‘value of water’ really mean?”

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Watermark is published four times per year by the British Columbia Water & Waste Association.


Posted January 2010