World Water Day 2017 author series: Peng Wang

This year the UN's World Water Day (22nd March) is focusing on the topic of wastewater. 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 2017 author series: Juan M. Lema

This year the UN's World Water Day (22nd March) is focusing on the topic of wastewater. 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 2017 author series: Jiri Wanner

This year the UN's World Water Day (22nd March) is focusing on the topic of wastewater. 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 partners with RightsLink®

IWA Publishing is pleased to announce that we have partnered with RightsLink®: the Copyright Clearance Center’s platform for Article Publishing Charges for Open Access papers. We are excited to be working with RightsLink® to support our...

Author insight: "From biofilm ecology to reactors: a focused review"

Water Science and Technology article "From biofilm ecology to reactors: a focused review" has been made Open Access for a limited time. One of its authors, Distinguished IWA Fellow and professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering Glen Daigger, shares his thoughts on the paper and why its content is valuable for the water community.

What needs to change to achieve access to sanitation for all by 2030? What needs to change to achieve access to sanitation for all by 2030?

Andrés Hueso, Senior Policy Analyst for Sanitation at WaterAid, discusses the opportunities and challenges involved in global prioritisation of sanitation and water for all.

Special Open Access issue of Hydrology Resarch: sharing insights into river-lake interaction

To celebrate a special Open Access issue of Hydrology Research journal – "Advances in Research on River-Lake Interaction and Impacts"  – issue organiser Qi Zhang discusses the importance of this topic to ongoing research.

Author interview: Mark Robinson and Roy Ward

The co-authors of Hydrology: Principles and Processes explain how their forthcoming book will be an invaluable tool for a variety of students and professionals, establishing a sound understanding of physical and environmental hydrology.

Would the poor slum dweller contribute financially for water supply and why?

Following the publication of research from 23 slums of Kolkata, India, author Indranil De considers the willingness of different ethnic groups to pay for better water supply and the factors that affect this.

The Wastewater life cycle inventory tool by 2.-0 LCA consultants

In October 2015 2.-0 LCA consultants released the "WW LCI tool", developed with three major industrial companies, to generate life cycle inventories (LCIs) associated with disposing of chemicals down the drain or directly into the aquatic environment. This article offers a short overview of the tool.

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