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...
Microbial Community Analysis
Microbial Community Analysis surveys the vast amount of theoretical and practical knowledge on the design of biological treatment systems. It describes the different types of biological wastewater...
Water Science & Technology: Reviewer of the Year!
IWA Publishing is thrilled to announce the winners of the first 'Reviewer of the Year' award for Water Science & Technology!
IWA Publishing Signs 'Read & Publish' Deal with JISC- UK Consortium
IWA Publishing is delighted to announce the signing of a 2 year pilot 'Read & Publish' deal with Jisc, a UK Consortium.
IWA Publishing Signs 'Read & Publish' Deal with 6 Swedish Institutions
IWA Publishing is delighted to announce today the signing of our latest three year transformative agreement with six Swedish institutions,
WST Editor's Choice Paper #14: Water Science & Technology
The 14th Editor's Choice Paper is a case study of trash generation in Los Angeles
Sustainable Water Use By Industry: Author Blog Post
A blog post from Michael Spencer, co-author of an upcoming IWA Publishing title and a speaker at the upcoming IWA-IDB Innovation Conference in Ecuador
The Cost of Water: Taxing Water Services In Europe
A new blog post from Dr. M. M. Borrego-Marín, co-author of new paper “Analysis of irrigation water tariffs and taxes in Europe”, Water Policy 21 (4) (https://doi.org/10.2166/wp.2019.197)
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.
What is the reality of a Water Loss Reduction Project?
Is water loss reduction as simple as "just fix the leaks"? Joe Dalton, author of a new study in the journal Water Supply, considers the realities of conceiving, designing and executing mechanisms to sustainably reduce water losses.