Water, Volume 10, Issue 3 (March 2018) – 111 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): Water storage tanks atop Jordanian homes attest to the long piped water supply interruptions in the country, introduced to limit high network losses. Restoring the pipe network for continuous supply would require increased cost recovery. This issue features one of the largest econometric analyses of factors influencing residential water demand in Jordan. The results are used to identify water tariffs that improve cost recovery while reducing the cost burden on essential uses. Tariffs with rates based on per-capita consumption perform best. (Cover photo: André Künzelmann, UFZ). View this paper
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