Environmental impacts, pricing and incentives in the water sector via EURAXESS

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The ever-greater emergence of environmental demands, within civil society, is inevitably destined to also influence legislation on public procurement and services. As for the integrated water service – which, it should be remembered, is a universal public service – a full implementation of managerial models based on environmental protection would be the culmination of an evolutionary path already in existence for many years, as can be ” plastically “to deduce from the fact that the legislative discipline on this public service is inserted in the corpus of the Environmental Code (legislative decree 152/2006).