GAO Reports by subject "Wastewater treatment plants"
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|June 30, 2010||GAO-10-728||
Wastewater Infrastructure Financing: Stakeholder Views on a National Infrastructure Bank and Public-Private Partnerships
United States Government Accountability Office GAO June 2010 Report to the Ranking Member, Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, House of Representatives WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCING Stakeholder Views on a National Infrastructure Bank and Public-Private Partnerships GAO-10-728 June 2010 WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCING Highlights Highlights of GAO-10-728, a report to the Rankin...
|April 24, 2008||GAO-08-595R||
International Boundary and Water Commission: Two Alternatives for Improving Wastewater Treatment at the United States-Mexico Border
United States Government Accountability Office Washington, DC 20548 April 24, 2008 Congressional Requesters Subject: International Boundary and Water Commission: Two Alternatives for Improving Wastewater Treatment at the United States-Mexico Border For many years, untreated wastewater originating in Tijuana, Mexico, has entered the United States, largely via the Tijuana River. Tijuana’s sewage s...
|March 30, 2007||GAO-07-480||
Securing Wastewater Facilities: Costs of Vulnerability Assessments, Risk Management Plans, and Alternative Disinfection Methods Vary Widely
United States Government Accountability Office GAO March 2007 Report to the Chairman, Committee on Environment and Public Works, U.S. Senate SECURING WASTEWATER FACILITIES Costs of Vulnerability Assessments, Risk Management Plans, and Alternative Disinfection Methods Vary Widely GAO-07-480 March 2007 SECURING WASTEWATER FACILITIES Highlights Highlights of GAO-07-480, a report to the Chairman, Comm...
|July 16, 1985||RCED-85-85||
Environmental Protection: Greater Use of Value Engineering Has the Potential To Save Millions on Wastewater Treatment Projects
. BY THECOMPTROLLER GENERAL Report To The Congress OF THEUNITEDSTATES Greater Use Of Value Engineering Has The Potential To Save Millions On Wastewater Treatment Projects Value engineering is a method of analyzing a product or service so that its function can be provided at the lowest possible overall cost without sacrificing quality. When applied to the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) c...
|July 8, 1982||CED-82-82||
Environmental Protection: Better Planning Can Reduce Size of Wastewater Treatment Facilities, Saving Millions in Construction Costs
4, : *,,a* * I @q&3. BY -FHE COl’v’lPTROLLER GE&AL Report ToThe Congress OF THE UNITEDSTATES Better *Planning Can Reduce Size Of Wastewater Treatment Facilities, Saving Millions In Construction Costs Well-planned wastewater treatment plants are crucial to the success of the Nation’s multibillion dollar effort to clean up thousands of miles of contaminated rivers, lakes, streams, and ocean sh...
|Dec. 2, 1981||CED-82-1||
Environmental Protection: User Charge Revenues for Wastewater Treatment Plants--Insufficient To Cover Operation and Maintenance
ngress OF THE UNITEDSTATES UserCharge Revenues ForWastewater Treatment Plants--lnsuff icient To Cover Operation And Maintenance Half of the 36 munlcrpal wastewater treatment plants GAO reviewed in 10 States were not raising sufflctent funds from thelr user charge systems to cover operation and maintenance costs Only 3 of 36 munlclpalltles were setting aslde funds to replace treatment plants when t...
|May 22, 1981||CED-81-68||
Environmental Protection: Billions Could Be Saved Through Waivers for Coastal Wastewater Treatment Plants
BY THECOMPTROLLERGENERAL Report To The Congress OF THEUNITEDSTATES Billions Could Be Saved Through Waivers For Coastal Wastewater Treatment Plants In many locations discharges of primary treated municipal wastes are not harmful to the marine environment. Giving waivers to coastal communities in these locations so they do not have to build Federally required secondary treatment facilities could sav...
|March 19, 1981||114651||
Environmental Protection: Operation and Maintenance of Publicly Owned Wastewater Treatment Plants
UNITED STATES GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE KASHINGTON, D.C. 21)548 FOR RELEASE ON DELIVERY EXPECTED AT 1O:OO A.M. EST THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1981 STATEMENT OF HENRY ESCHWEGE, DIRECTOR COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DIVISION tiEFORE THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON INVESTIGATIONS AND OVERSIGHT HOUSE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS AND TRANSIJORTATION UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES ON r-OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE...
|Nov. 14, 1980||CED-81-9||
Environmental Protection: Costly Wastewater Treatment Plants Fail To Perform as Expected
Comptroller General -- RELEASED OF THE UNITED STATES Costly Wastewater Treatment Plants FailToPe-rforrn Expected As Over $25 billion in Federal funds and several ’ bil!ion more in State and local moneys have been spent to construct new wastewater treatment plants or to significantly modify existing plants. The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that through the year 2000 an additional $35...
|June 6, 1975||089089||
Environmental Protection: Review of the Operation and Maintenance of Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plants
UNITED STATES GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFKE 0g ! REGIONAL 9226 FEDERAL BUILDING. SIXTH OFFICE AND ARCH STREETS PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 19106 June 6, 1975 Mr. Daniel J. Snyder, III Regional Administrator 1 Environmental Protection Agency Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106 Dear Mr. Snyder: As part of our treatment plants ln Pennsylvania. One Pennsylvania. This tional deficiencies m \ review of the opera...