Water21 - magazine of the International Water Association
JUST PUBLISHED: The 2012 Water21 Water Treatment and Wastewater Treatment Technology Reviews are now available to download. Click here to get your copy of the Water Treatment Review and here for your copy of the Wastewater Treatment Review, and to find out more about Water21's drinking water and wastewater treatment briefings.
FORWARD FEATURES: Available now, the 2013 editorial programme for Water21 magazine. Click here.
BUSAN CONGRESS DAILY NEWS: The Water21 team prepared the Congress Daily News at the Busan 2012 IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition. The four editions are available here Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
ADVERTISING DETAILS: Click here for our 2013 Media Pack, giving details about advertising in Water21 magazine, the IWA Yearbook, online, as well as other advertising opportunities.
RECENTLY PUBLISHED: The June 2013 edition of Water21's Chinese language supplement targeting the Chinese water market is available now. Click here to download your copy and to find out more about the 2013 editions.
RECENTLY PUBLISHED: The 2012 IWA Project Innovation Awards were presented during the IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition in Busan, and Water21 produced a booklet for the event detailing the winning projects. Click here to download your copy.
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NewsGLOBAL: Experts meet to discuss climate and growth challenge
A meeting at UN headquarters has heard that there is an urgent need for innovative and cutting-edge approaches to the water-energy nexus.
News in brief 14 May 2013
News briefs from 14 May 2013.
Projects, Products and ServicesGE introduces new membrane for difficult-to-treat water
GE has introduced a new low-fouling reverse osmosis (RO) membrane, the AG LF series, which is designed to extend membrane life in difficult-to-treat water applications.
Atkins reduces water use in Philadelphia's first double LEED Platinum building
Atkins has installed high-efficiency, low-flow fixtures throughout the new GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) building recently constructed on a rehabilitated brownfield site at The Navy Yard Corporate Centre in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US.