IWA Publishing celebrate World Water Day 2018 IWA Publishing celebrate World Water Day 2018

Access free articles, top resources and special discount, celebrating this year's theme of 'Nature for Water'.

World Water Day 2018 author series: Mark Robinson & Roy Ward World Water Day 2018 author series: Mark Robinson & Roy Ward

This year the UN's World Water Day (22 March) focuses on the concept of ‘Nature for Water’. We asked some of our key authors about the importance of this theme and of World Water Day and what they hope this event will achieve.

World Water Day 2018 author series: Nicolas R. Dalezios World Water Day 2018 author series: Nicolas R. Dalezios

This year the UN's World Water Day (22 March) focuses on the concept of ‘Nature for Water’. We asked some of our key authors about the importance of this theme and of World Water Day and what they hope this event will achieve.

World Water Day 2018 author series: Mooyoung Han World Water Day 2018 author series: Mooyoung Han

This year the UN's World Water Day (22 March) focuses on the concept of ‘Nature for Water’. We asked some of our key authors about the importance of this theme and of World Water Day and what they hope this event will achieve.

IWA Publishing textbooks on Perlego ebook library IWA Publishing textbooks on Perlego ebook library

IWA Publishing ebooks are now available on Perlego, an innovative online ebook library which hosts over 220,000 titles on its platform.

The Service-Recovery Paradox: Why Complaints are Good for an Organisation The Service-Recovery Paradox: Why Complaints are Good for an Organisation

The final part in this author blog series presents the service-recovery paradox and addresses how water utilities companies can use customer complaints to their advantage.

Hydrology Research now supports CRedIT Hydrology Research now supports CRedIT

IWA Publishing is pleased to announce that Hydrology Research now supports CRedIT. 

Internal Marketing: The Engineering-Marketing Interface Internal Marketing: The Engineering-Marketing Interface

In the part four of five in our author blog series, Dr Peter Prevos indicates a tension between technicians and marketers in water utilities and the importance of "internal marketing" in addressing this, ultimately improving service quality. 

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