Knowing how to manage the losses from water supply networks and how to get to the next level in bettering your system is a major problem and one that is most common in the majority of water...

Chinese translation by the IWA Water Loss China Regional Group, P.R. China.

A compendium of terms and acronyms and their associated definition in common use in the field of water loss...

From time immemorial, people have been managing rain. The availability of water and water sources determined where people would be able to live. Adequate rainfall decided on the quality of...

Hydrology: Advances in Theory and Practice, brings together contributions to both the theory and practice of hydrology, including chapters on (amongst other topics) flood estimation methods and...

Ageing infrastructure and declining water resources are major concerns with a growing global population. Controlling water loss has therefore become a priority for water utilities around the world...

A compendium of terms and acronyms and their associated definition in common use in the field of water loss management.

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Water quality standards across the world are being re-written to promote healthier ecosystems, ensure safe potable water sources, increased biodiversity, and enhanced ecological functions....

Public Involvement in Knowledge Generation is an Open Access co-publication with KWR.

Future Drinking Water Infrastructure is an Open Access co-publication with KWR.

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