Published in: 2005
World Bank, BNWP, WSP
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This study presents the experience of applying the condominial approach to expand water and sewerage networks in three contrasting Brazilian cities. It is based on the findings of a Study Tour to Brazil organized in December 2003 for utility managers and public officials from the Peruvian water sector, who were in the process of applying large-scale condominial systems in Lima for the first time. The goal of the visit was to permit the Peruvian delegation to see mature and functioning condominial systems on the ground, and to interact with local policymakers, utility managers, residents and specialists, to obtain better idea of the challenges and potential advantages and disadvantages of implementing this system.
Melo, J.C. (2005). The Experience of Condominial Water and Sewerage Systems in Brazil - Case Studies from Brasilia, Salvador and Parauapebas. World Bank, BNWP, WSP
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