Throughout history, the first and foremost role of urban water management has been the protection human health and the local aquatic environment. To this end, the practice of (waste-)water...

This book describes theory and approach for a comprehensive and applied physicochemical model for wastewater treatment. These are reactions which occur without a biological mediator, and are...

Water Resilience in Practice is co-edited by two experienced water sector professionals and reviews resilience in water supply service delivery. This will be in the form of a series of case...

The main energy demands at Water Resource Recovery Facilities (WRRFs) is associated with the aeration of aerobic processes which alone accounts for over 50% of the total energy used (EPA, 1989)). ...

Adequate wastewater treatment in low to medium income cities worldwide has largely been a failure despite decades of funding. The still dominant end-of-pipe paradigm of treatment for surface water...

It has been suggested that sanitation could boost local economies and global interconnections with a growing recognition that the private sector can play a bigger role in delivering the SDG for...

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