The World Health Organization estimates that globally one billion people are without access to safe water and two billion people without adequate sanitation. The health...

As part of IWA's role to promote networking and career development opportunities for young researchers and professionals, IWA established the Young Researchers Conference (YRC) in 2002 as a...

This book represents the outcome of the Second IWA Leading-Edge Conference held in Sydney, Australia in November 2004.

Sustainability is a paradoxical concept. We know we want to protect...

Wastewater and drinking water treatment are essential elements of urban infrastructure. In the course of the last century there has been enormous technical development, so successful that for the...

Aerobic Granular Sludge has recently received growing attention by researchers and technology developers, worldwide. Laboratory studies and preliminary field tests led to the...

River Basin Restoration and Management is the result of two workshops that took place at the 4th IWA World Water Congress: The Restoration of Degraded River Basins and River Basin...

The papers in this volume were originally presented at the 18th European Junior Scientists Workshop (EJSW), Portugal, on 8-11 November 2003 and at the 1st Asian Junior Scientists Workshop (AJSW),...

Rapid growth of cities and industries in China is having  a dramatic impact on the environment. To counteract further decrease of water quality of rivers, lakes and groundwater bodies, an...

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