These files are available for you to download. They are subject to copyright, but may be distributed provided that authorship is fully acknowledged. Users should ensure that they do not infringe the copyright owner's rights in using this service.



b5 Avoiding Another Tragedy of the Commons - The Bundeena Maianbar WaterCycle Management Study - a case study of the application of watercycle management techniques to a community sewage treatment issue.
The report has been prepared by the Port Hacking Protection Society, supported by a National Landcare grant and the voluntary assistance of a number of persons and organisations. its purpose is to assist those communities which:
b4 face a water supply and / or sewerage contamination problem within a small town or village; b4 are keen to find solutions which are environmentally and socially sustainable; b4 need assistance in structuring their approach to the problem; and b4 are looking for proven alternatives which are available within Australia

1997, Port Hacking Protection Society Inc.

blue2
b5 NB: File Size Warning - The Report contains 140 pages of text, charts and diagrams. For best viewing, adjust your screen to 800x600 or 1024x768, if you can. A zipped folder containing both documents is provided for your convenience. Local viewing is recommended.

  • b3 PDF files:
b2 The Report (6.45MB) b2 Attachment (16.4KB)