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utilities:

. . . things that have the quality of usefulness, i.e., displaying a practical condition of utilitarian value (value); infrastructural things, such as commodities and services, put into effect in places where people . . . live, work, and share things in common (source of quote), for example, public utilities consisting of public works as well as services such as cleaning streets and picking up garbage. A utilities infrastructure can be important, not only to protecting the environment and quality of life, but to community sustainability itself. Utilities is a location data category in the Economic Development Network. Take a look at listings under the 2-digit NAICS code 22 or page down for more information about the makeup of a utilities infrastructure.


related: infrastructure; location infrastructure; list of location data categories

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define utilities infrastructure:

. . . facilities, services and installations of utilitarian value serving the basic needs for community sustainability. Infrastructure elements and their functionality are necessarily identified on an individual basis, community by community. In general, however, utilities address needs for potable water availability and its disposal after being used, needs for power sources and distribution, as well as needs for a libable environment. There is more that can be added, such as an infrastructure for communications as well an for moving people and things about. Physical infrastructure related to water, waste disposal, communications and energy involve utilities. Livability and quality of life are enhanced by things such as open space or green infrastructures. Security is a factor. Transportation systems factor into infrastructures, for example, public transport and surface water runoff.
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Utilities is such, transportation is identified as just utilities refers to enterprises that supplies everyday needs such as water and electricity. include handling and treating garbage, wastewater, and sewerage. A public utility might be a business, contract enterprise, or government operation. Examples of the latter are regional transit authority, city water works, community sanitation department.

. meet the desirable needs and create a matrix for basic in a locality where people Utilities and public utilities are listed in the .network location data lexicon.

 
 

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