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Quelle maîtrise publique des eaux pluviales urbaines en France ?

Abstract : This paper takes into account the critics against end-of-pipe systems for urban water control, within the framework of a technological approach but also in terms of sustainable development expectations. It starts by a presentation of the current public and private means of control in French cities, and the roles that both solutions play in pollution and flood urban management. Regardless of the political and financial difficulties actually faced by the source control solutions of stormwater harvesting and reuse, or of stormwater storage/infiltration, the aim of this paper is to appreciate how urban public services have already and will evolve to meet their obligation and to adjust their management methods, linked with all the players, users and citizens.
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Catherine Carré, Sylvie Barraud, Michel Debordes, Jean Claude Deutsch, Anne Guillon, et al.. Quelle maîtrise publique des eaux pluviales urbaines en France ?. Techniques Sciences Méthodes , ASTEE/EDP Sciences, 2010, pp.19-29. ⟨10.1051/tsm/201006019⟩. ⟨halshs-00733298⟩



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