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WATER PRICING IN THE HOUSEHOLD SECTOR IN SHANGHAI, CHINA - A FUZZY MODEL AND ITS APPLICATION

IWRA World Water Congress 2003 Madrid Spain
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Author(s): Mao WEIDE

Mao WEIDE

Shanghai Hydrology Administration. Nº.58, Lane 31, Longhua Rd (W), Shanghai China, 200232. E-mail: maowd @ guomai.sh.cn



Keyword(s): water resources value water pricing, fuzzy mathematical model
Article:

Abstract

This paper is based on the author’s research on water resources value evaluation and pricing, and focuses on establishing a water pricing model using fuzzy mathematics. The Fuzzy Quantitative Analytical Method with a case study using this model are studied. The author hopes to achieve a representative water pricing method to support the Water Authority in Shanghai to establish appropriate water pricing policies which can help to ensure efficient use of water and to protect water resources.

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