September 22, 2015
Mamadou Dia has played a key key role in transforming the water sector in Senegal to be a leader in Africa. Amongst his many notable achievements he is awarded the IWA Development Award for Practice for increasing access to water...
September 4, 2015
The International Water Association’s prestigious Resource Recovery Best Practice Award 2015 has been awarded jointly to Waternet, Restoffenunie and industrial companies Ardagh Glass and Desso, for their inspired work on recycli...
August 20, 2015
Contribute to a better water future with your work We are looking for contributions to present global best practice, advances in fun- damental science, innovative research, policy developments and solutions to chal- lenges faced b...
July 29, 2015
Information on Water21 Water 21 published its final edition in June 2015. It will be replaced by a re-branded and re-launched magazine, available across multiple digital and print platforms, in the Autumn of 2015. This change reco...
May 27, 2015
Driven by environmental, economic, and ecological benefits, resource recovery from waste has started to draw attention worldwide. Recovering resources from water and wastewater can provide an alternative and economically viable so...
May 26, 2015
The top ten project owners and top ten contractors will be important players together with regulators and other governmental players of the region. Disseminating information on technology and solutions will be key to ensure resili...
May 15, 2015
Recognising sustained outstanding contribution to the profession, IWA Fellows are nominated for their significant contributions as an engineer, educator, utility manager, regulator, researcher, engineer, scientist, or as a technic...
April 24, 2015
During the Governing Assembly in Lisbon (September 2014), the latest IWA Strategic Plan 2014-2018 was formally endorsed. Pivotal in developing this plan was the Strategic Council, a representative body of the Association that pr...
March 16, 2015
The Amu Darya River Basin in Central Asia offers almost paradigmatic food-water-energy nexus dilemmas. The glacier fed Amu Darya River is crucial to the livelihoods of the approximately 50 million people who live in its basin acro...
March 11, 2015
Anaerobic digestion is a critical sustainable technology for creating the green economy of the future. Although considered a mature technology the potential of anaerobic digestion is yet to be fully exploited. New innovations i...