Call for Contributors: Water Resilience in Practice
A call for contributors for a forthcoming IWA Publishing book: Water Resilience in Practice: Experiences from the front line.
WST Editor's Choice Paper #11: Water Science & Technology
The 11th Editor's Choice Paper focuses on the effect of different operational strategies on the carbon footprint of wastewater treatment plants.
WST Editor's Choice Paper #10: Water Science & Technology
The 10th Editor's choice paper is based on a case study from Oslo, focusing on citizen science to enhance the evaluation of local wasterwater treatment.
WST Editor's Choice Paper #9: Now Open Access
The 9th editor's choice paper, now Open Access, considers spatiotemporal correlation between sediment-related blockage events in a Colombian sewer system.
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.
Editor's Choice Paper #6: Water Science & Technology
The sixth Editor's Choice paper from Water Science & Technology is now Open Access! In this issue, Jo Burgess has selected a paper on performance evaluation of municipal wastewater treatment plants in India.
Books Spotlight: 20% off key books in wastewater!
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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?