New Open Access Study on Water, Climate Change and the Citrus Industry New Open Access Study on Water, Climate Change and the Citrus Industry

The authors of an insightful new paper in the Journal of Water and Climate Change summarise the concepts of their research.

IWA Development Congress - Open Access Waiver Competition IWA Development Congress - Open Access Waiver Competition

In honor of this year's IWA Development Congress in Buenos Aires, we gave delegates the chance to win a 100% fee waiver to publish their paper Open Access in any one of our 12 IWA Journals.

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Wealth Creation without Pollution: free foreword from Sir Vince Cable Wealth Creation without Pollution: free foreword from Sir Vince Cable

Sir Vince Cable (MP) underlines the important themes in this new book from both a commercial and an environmental perspective. 

Leading Edge Technologies 2017 series: Wolfgang Rauch

To celebrate the Leading Edge Conference on Water and Wastewater Technologies (LET 2017), we spoke to key authors and editors about the event and exciting technological developments in the field.

Experiences of Budapest Waterworks with state, municipal ownership structures and with the involvement of private funding

This journal author post covers some key points of a case study of Budapest Waterworks during changes of ownership and funding, considering the pros and cons of private funding and of Public Private Partnership projects in the water sector.

Industrial Wastewater Treatment

Industrial wastewater treatment covers the mechanisms and processes used to treat waters that have been contaminated in some way by anthropogenic industrial or commercial activities prior to its release into the environment or its re-use.

Most industries produce some wet waste although recent trends in the developed world have been to minimise such production or recycle such waste within the production process. However, many industries remain dependent on processes that produce wastewaters.

Sustainability in Water Supply

This article serves as a general reference for sustainable water supply systems. The scope remains global and macroscopic, though there may be regional differences depending on the water sources available in a particular setting. What is considered “sustainable” in one location may be a challenge to sustainability elsewhere.

The Impact of Privatisation on the Sustainability of Water Resources

This research investigates potential contributions by the privatization of water production to sustainability of water supply. The main objective is to examine the perceptions of stakeholders concerning privatization as a water governance model and its contribution to water sustainability.

This research provides a robust reference for future planning in the water sector, hinting at the importance of considering public-private partnerships at the federal level as an appropriate model for water sustainability.

Integrated Water Resources Management: Basic Concepts

IWRM is based on the three principles: social equity, economic efficiency and environmental sustainability. Considering these principles means answering the following questions:
- How will my decision/ action affect access for other users to water or the benefits from its use?
- Will my decision/ action result in the ‘most efficient use of the available financial & water resources?
- How will my decision/ action affect the functioning of natural systems?

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