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IWA Publishing, the wholly owned subsidiary of the International Water Association (IWA), provides information services on all aspects of water, wastewater and related environmental fields.
The publishing programme includes Water21 (the IWA membership magazine) and a broad range of journals, books, research reports, manuals of best practice, and online services.
As a leading supplier of water, wastewater and environmental publications, in both print and online format, IWA Publishing is committed to excellence in delivery of information and continues to invest in innovation and development of services to encourage usage of its publications worldwide.
Automatic Vacuum Flushing Technology for Combined Sewer Solids
An extensive literature review on existing sewer sediment flushing technologies was conducted. The innovative vacuum flush system recently developed...
WWTP Design and Operation Modifications to Improve Management of Biosolids Regrowth, Odors, and Sudden Increase in Indicator Organisms
sudden increase (ROSI) of indicator and pathogenic bacteria in biosolids. The project entailed two phases. The first phase was focused on filling...
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