Impact Factors up 26.2% across IWA Publishing journals Impact Factors up 26.2% across IWA Publishing journals

This impressive growth in attention and the high quality of our journals are thanks to the hard work, dedication and valuable research of our authors and editors. 

Editor's Choice Paper #8: Water Science & Technology Editor's Choice Paper #8: Water Science & Technology

The 8th Editor's Choice paper, about greywater separation in wastewater treatment plants, was selected for Open Access by Editor-in-Chief, Wolfgang Rauch.

Increasing Open Access through Knowledge Unlatched: New Articles Available Increasing Open Access through Knowledge Unlatched: New Articles Available

IWA Publishing are pleased to continue our partnership with library-crowd funding initiative Knowledge Unlatched (KU). Thanks to the support of 49 library partners we're thrilled to be making 27 more papers Open Access over 2019.

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Editor's Choice Paper #7: Water Science & Technology 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.

IWA Publishing Launches New Special Book Series IWA Publishing Launches New Special Book Series

IWA Publishing is pleased to announce the launch of In Focus: a special book series that showcases the latest accomplishments in water research.

Editor's Choice Paper #6: Water Science & Technology 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.

What is the reality of a Water Loss Reduction Project? 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.

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