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Municipal, Industrial and Rural Water Supply in Southwest Washington

Publication number Date Published
73-11-002May 1973
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Author(s) Water Resources
Description The purpose of "Municipal, Industrial and Rural Water Supply in Southwest Washington" ("M & I Report)" is to: 1) appraise the present use of public and individual (rural) water use in the Southwest Washington Study area; 2) determine the future water needs on a regional basis; and 3) present "single-purpose" means to meet foreseeable short-and long-term needs.

It was prepared by the Department of Social and Health Services as a technical support study for the Southwest Washington (Type IV) River Basins Study, a cooperative effort of the State of Washington and the United States Department of Agriculture. The study is guided by a Plan of Work and Agreement dated July 31, 1968.
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Keywords industrial, rural, municipal, water supply
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Areas