Water Resources Management in Asia: Main report by Harald D. Frederiksen
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Supply, distribution, waste collection, drainage and flood protection) requires that agencies reflect hydrological boundaries and that beneficiaries of a given system are all included within the jurisdiction of the responsible entity. In assigning functions, two basic principles are often ignored: Separation of regulatory and operational functions, and operational specialization. For instance, water is almost always appropriated (allocated) during the process of development, and if developers also regulate the resource, there is an inevitable tendency to overdevelop.
The wastes, broadly categorized as heavy metals, gases and synthetic organic compounds, reach bodies of water as direct discharges by leaching from waste dumps and, in some cases, through the atmosphere. In developed countries, many industrial discharges are now strictly controlled. But in these countries, pollution of water bodies continues from industrial wastes discharged over the past century or longer. In addition, clean-up operations through regulation and interprovincial or international agreements can be difficult to achieve.
Economic and Sector Work Programs, Technical Assistance and Aid Coordination 124 Economic and Sector Work 124 Technical Assistance 127 Aid Coordination 131 IV. References 133 9. Future Bank Strategies and Programs I. Introduction 134 A Proposal for Change 134 Bank Strategies and Approaches 135 Bank Activities 136 II. Lending Operations in Water Resources 137 Country (Provincial) Water Resources Sector Projects 137 Country Water Resources Sector Support Projects 138 Intejurisdictional Resources Development and Management Projects 140 Multipurpose and Single Purpose Sector Projects 143 III.