Welcome to IWA Publishing
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.
The 2012 Water21 Water Treatment Technology Review and the 2012 Wastewater Treatment Technology Review are now available to download.
Tuning Biological Nutrient Removal Plants
Tuning BNR Plants increases interest in tuning to enhance both performance and capacity, to provide insight into typical plant operating...
Water Footprinting in the Urban Water Sector
Water Footprinting in the Urban Water Sector provides an overview of the Urban Water Sector through a summary of the trends and challenges facing...
Other recent titles
Water treatment: 2012 Water21 Water Treatment Briefing. Find out the latest developments and trends in drinking water treatment.
Wastewater treatment: 2012 Water21 Wastewater Treatment Briefing. Find out the latest developments and trends in wastewater treatment.
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The leading journals within the field including Water Research and Water Science and Technology. We are pleased to announce that you can view issues of Journal of Water and Health older than 2 years for free.
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