Aaron Janzen,

Aaron Janzen

Alberta Environment and Parks, Canada.
Gopal Achari,

Gopal Achari

Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Samantha Irwin,

Samantha Irwin

Former Graduate Student, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Mohammed Dore

Mohammed Dore

Department of Economics, Brock University, Ontario, Canada.
International Journal of Water Resources and Environmental Engineering, Journal Year: 2022, Volume and Issue: Vol.14(1), P. 12 - 27

Published: March 31, 2022

Many rural households do not have access to treated drinking water. However, some households may be in regions where a water treatment plant has excess capacity to supply some additional households. In such circumstances, small diameter low-pressure supply systems can be connected to major transmission lines to give these households access to water. These typically occur in locations that do not belong to recognized municipal or other local government. Such supply systems, commonly referred to as “trickle fill,” have been implemented in South America, Africa and Canada. This paper explains the concept of trickle fill supply systems. A user-friendly decision-making …


Sudevi Basu,

Sudevi Basu

Department of Biotechnology, Sir M Visvesvaraya Institute of Technology, Bangalore ? 562157, Karnataka, India.
Lokesh K.S

Lokesh K.S

Department of Environmental Engineering, Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering (Autonomous), Mysore ? 570006, Karnataka, India.
International Journal of Water Resources and Environmental Engineering, Journal Year: 2014, Volume and Issue: Vol.6(11), P. 287 - 294

Published: Dec. 1, 2014

This review paper critically analyzes the economic literature on the approaches of measuring the environmental benefits. It focuses on the economic methodologies that are available for the evaluation of the effects (social costs and benefits) of environmental changes (degradation/preservation) on river water quality. Further, it shows how the monetary valuations of these effects can have an impact in making of economic policy for creating more efficient water quality management for environmentally sustainable aspects. Over 85 papers were reviewed and it was found that the economic assessment tools were studied independently without comparing the impact of one method over the other. …