Microbial Waterborne Pathogens
In the developed world, the connection between water, hygiene and health is taken for granted. However, for the less fortunate majority, access to potable water is non-existent and remains a daily...
Solids in Sewers
This Report presents information on the current state of knowledge of the origins, occurrence, nature and effects of sewer solids for use by engineers, scientists, administrators and water quality...
Urban Drainage: A Multilingual Glossary has been written by research engineers and scientists with substantial experience in the urban drainage field. It provides definitive...
Heterotrophic Plate Counts and Drinking-water Safety
Heterotrophic Plate Counts and Drinking-water Safety provides a critical assessment of the role of the Heterotrophic Plate Count (HPC) measurement in drinking water quality management. It was...
Frontiers in Urban Water Management
Frontiers in Urban Water Management presents the state-of-the art in urban water management at the beginning of the 21st century.
The book marks the end of the fifth phase...
Editor's Choice Paper #7: Water Science & Technology
The seventh editor's choice paper, now Open Access, investigates the major issue of heavy metals in management of urban stormwater drainage.
Free article collection: Leading Edge Technologies 2019
To celebrate the IWA's LET Conference 2019, IWA Publishing presents a selection of 10 relveant articles in a free collection.
IWA Publishing Announces ‘Read & Publish’ Deal with the Austrian Academic Library Consortium (KEMÖ)
IWA Publishing and the Austrian Academic Library Consortium (KEMÖ) announce today the signing of a new 3 year transformative agreement granting the majority of Austrian researchers full access to the IWA Publishing portfolio and unlimited Open Access publication.
Open Access Week 2018: Infographics!
The last in our series of posts celebrating Open Access Week 2018, today's blog highlights our Open Access activities in numbers and pictures in a series of infographics.
Open Access Week 2018: That's right, Read AND Publish
As a small, society publisher that has historically relied on susbscriptions to fund not only our publishing operations, but also those of our society, the shift to a predominantly Open Access world can be somewhat duanting. How to remain sustainable though a major shift in business model?