Provides a general overview of the current practices and procedures that should be considered for financing and establishing rates and charges for wastewater collection and treatment systems. It updates the 1984 Edition of Financing and Charges for Wastewater Systems co-published by (American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and (American Public Health Association (APHA), then in its second edition, and serves as a guide to wastewater utility managers, municipal officials, engineers, accountants, and rate analysts. Because the material was updated using a more rigorous peer-review process, the publication is now classified as a Manual of Practice. This manual is not intended to provide a simplistic acook booka or universal approach to cost allocation and rate making. Rather, it is meant to illustrate the various ways of analyzing and allocating the operating and capital costs associated with collecting and treating wastewater and developing rates and charges that reasonably and equitably reflect the cost of service. The manual stresses the complexity of the integrated considerations involved in developing wastewater system cost allocation and rates for services.WEF Manual of Practice Water Environment Federation ... $30, 700, 000 CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER, COLORADO, for and on behalf of the Wastewater Management Division of its ... paying agent. by check, draft or wire transfer to the registered owners of the Bonds. ... 3.500 3.000 2014 1580.000a 5.250 4.800 2005 1, 045, 000 3.500 3.410 2015 1, 660, 000a) 5.000 4.900 2006 1, 090, 000 4.000 3.700anbsp;...
|Title||:||Financing and Charges for Wastewater Systems WEF MOP 27 : WEF Manual of Practice No. 27|
|Author||:||Water Environment Federation|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2004-09-12|