September 13, 2021
Standing here in Copenhagen today, outside beautiful Tivoli, I am excited that there is just one year to go before we will all meet in this wonderful city.
September 13, 2021
Mark your calendars for our industry leading World Water Congress which will take place in Copenhagen, Denmark on 11 – 15 September 2022. The theme of the conference is ‘water for smart liveable cities’ – a model c...
September 10, 2021
IWA is actively seeking out members who would like to be involved in the strategic direction of the Association. We are pleased to announce that the opening of the self-nomination period for the election of IWA’s Strategic Counc...
September 2, 2021
This month IWA’s Daniela Bemfica, Director of Strategic Programmes and Engagement, spoke to the Innovation News Network about IWA’s work and why it is crucial in ensuring water equity and global public health, especially a...
August 26, 2021
The call for nominations is now open for the 2021 IWA Development Awards! The awards recognise excellence, leadership and innovation in the water sector, and aim to encourage the sustainable management of water in low- and middle-...
August 26, 2021
Technological solutions and innovations are essential to secure a water-wise future. Water Tech Spotlight is a monthly blog which aims to highlight the latest technology developments in the water industry globally. Scroll down to ...
August 19, 2021
The 2022 World Water Congress & Exhibition in Copenhagen, Denmark is designed to bring together over 10,000 water professionals from academia, utilities, industry, government, regulators and NGOs and also engage the water-cons...
August 19, 2021
The latest IWA YWP Get-Together held on 28 July 2021 focused on the Next Generation Water Action initiative brought by DTU. During this event, IWA discussed about the NGWA mentorship activities and had inspiring conversations abou...
August 12, 2021
There are 2.4 billion people without improved sanitation and another 2.1 billion with inadequate sanitation (i.e. wastewater drains directly into surface waters), and despite improvements over the past decades, the unsafe manageme...