Keywords: forest protection measures, forest protection, forest management/protection, protected area, soil pollution/quality, inland waters, water protection area, watershed/watershed, water abstraction, water charges, water rights, policy/planning, freshwater quality/pollution, data collection/reporting, permits/approval, inspection, monitoring, criminal offences/penalties, environmental protection Water management serves other industries, for example: Food sector, which produces beverages such as bottled water. Water management includes water technology, operations, construction of water supply and wastewater treatment plants, equipment supply, and special water treatment chemicals. Keywords: agricultural development, institution, governance, local government, forest management/protection, public forest, expropriation, agricultural production, water supply, aqueduct There are a variety of organizational structures for water management, with countries generally having a dominant traditional structure that usually changes only gradually over time. Water quality and environmental standards for wastewater are usually set by national bodies. Keywords: permits/permits, climate change, liability/compensation, contract/agreement, data collection/reporting, disasters, land drainage/reclamation, EIA, environmental planning, flood, institution, irrigation, judicial/administrative procedures, local government, monitoring, criminal offences/penalties, rainwater, resource assessment/damage, right to water, surface water, water pricing, freshwater resources management, water supply, Water user associations, aqueduct, wells/boreholes, human rights Water management provides drinking water and wastewater services (including wastewater treatment) to the residential, commercial and industrial sectors of the economy. Typically, utilities operate water supply systems. Water management does not include producers and suppliers of bottled water, which is part of beverage production and belongs to the food sector. Using only available data and in the years 2009 – 2010, the ten largest water companies in the world (the largest first) were:  Veolia Environnement (France), Suez Environnement (France), ITT Corporation (United States), United Utilities (United Kingdom), Severn Trent (United Kingdom), Thames Water (United Kingdom), American Water Works Company (United States), GE Water (United States), Kurita Water Industries (Japan), Nalco Water (United States).