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Strategy and planning of sewage infrastructure for developing countries: experience of Malaysia

Ujang, Zaini (2006) Strategy and planning of sewage infrastructure for developing countries: experience of Malaysia. In: Municipal Wastewater Management in Developing Countries: Principles And Engineering. IWA Publishing, United Kingdom, pp. 46-68. ISBN 1843390302

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Sustainable sewerage services require an appropriate strategy and planning. It is a common phenomenon in developing countries where many master plans have been expensively prepared for sewerage infrasructures involving high cost of investment, without preparing a proper legal and financial framework to implement the recommendations and action plan. As a result the master plans remained in bookshelves, without being able to be effectively implemented. This chapter will illustrate an example of sewerage strategy and planning in Malaysia, focusing on non-technical matters and implementation strategies. Malaysia is a good case study because the country has experiences various stages of sewerage infrastructurw development, ranging from individual on-site systems such as septic tanks and latrines to conventional centralised sewerage systems. The development of instituitional and financial systems also could be used as a good case study for developing countries in improving public utilities. Examples will be given on specific measures and options, especially on the financial matters.

Item Type:Book Section
Subjects:T Technology > TA Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General)
Divisions:Civil Engineering
ID Code:25786
Deposited By: Mrs Liza Porijo
Deposited On:12 Jun 2012 04:38
Last Modified:05 Feb 2017 03:48

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