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Oklahoma Comprehensive Water Plan 2012 Update Drinking Water Infrastructure Needs Assessment by Region April 2011 Prepared by CDM under a cooperative agreement between the United States Army Corps of Engineers and the Oklahoma Water Resources Board
|Okla State Agency||
Water Resources Board, Oklahoma
|Okla Agency Code||
|Title||Oklahoma comprehensive water plan 2012 update. Drinking water infrastructure needs assessment by region|
Camp, Dresser & McKee.
Oklahoma Water Resources Board.
|Publisher||Oklahoma Water Resources Board|
Water resources development--Oklahoma.
Municipal water supply--Oklahoma.
|Purpose||As part of the update to the Oklahoma Comprehensive Water Plan (OCWP), Camp Dresser & McKee Inc. (CDM) prepared cost estimates to meet the drinking water infrastructure needs for the next 50 years. While it is difficult to account for changes that may occur within this extended period, it is necessary to evaluate, at least on the order-of-magnitude level, the long range costs of providing potable water to the state's citizens, industries, and farmers. The results of this study identify needs that individual providers may be unable to meet without assistance. Meeting the drinking water needs for the next 50 years requires support and funding assistance by various state and federal agencies.|
|OkDocs Class#||W1700.8 C737w/d 2011|
|Digital Format||PDF, Adobe Reader required|
|ODL electronic copy||Downloaded from agency website: http://www.owrb.ok.gov/supply/ocwp/pdf_ocwp/WaterPlanUpdate/OCWP_DrinkingWaterInfrastructureAssessment.pdf|
|Rights and Permissions||This Oklahoma state government publication is provided for educational purposes under U.S. copyright law. Other usage requires permission of copyright holders.|
|Full text||Oklahoma Comprehensive Water Plan 2012 Update Drinking Water Infrastructure Needs Assessment by Region April 2011 Prepared by CDM under a cooperative agreement between the United States Army Corps of Engineers and the Oklahoma Water Resources Board|
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