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Title: How much potential have PPPS to assist sustainable water services delivery at local level
Authors: Wall, K
Keywords: Sustainable water
Waste water utilities
Service delivery
Sanitation service
Private sector support
PSP
Private public parastatals
Issue Date: Feb-2010
Citation: Wall, K. 2010. How much potential have PPPS to assist sustainable water services delivery at local level. Gauteng Municipal PPP Conference, Johannesburg, 18 February 2010, pp 20
Abstract: Water and wastewater utilities are the engines of the economic well being of cities Problems associated with water and sanitation service provision in lower and middle income countries are increasing, not shrinking. The potential contribution of private sector support in the form of specialized knowledge and general know-how is significant. Discussion of PSP/PPP has been overshadowed for 15 years by one form of PSP, i.e. full delegation of responsibility to the private sector in the form of concessions or affermage arrangements
Description: Gauteng Municipal PPP Conference, Johannesburg, 18 February 2010
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/4140
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