July 11, 2024
As cities in low- and middle-income countries expand rapidly, sanitation infrastructure struggles to keep pace, with nearly 700 million people still lacking even basic sanitation access
July 3, 2024
As we approach the IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition 2024, we embark on a journey to explore how water professionals globally have been ‘Shaping Our Water future’ through innovative practices, technologies, and managem...
June 27, 2024
In order to recognise the importance and impact of interdisciplinary research at the interface of microbial ecology, water & wastewater treatment and engineering sciences, the IWA/ISME BioCluster created the ISME/IWA BioClus...
June 18, 2024
It is a popular misconception that measurement is an exact science. In fact, all measurements are merely estimates of the true value being measured which implies some degree of doubt about the accuracy of that measurement itself. ...
June 4, 2024
As part of IWA’s mission to empower Young Water Professionals (YWPs) to contribute to sustainable water management, a new IWA Young Water Professionals (IWA YWPs) branded chapter was officially launched in Australia in April 202...
June 4, 2024
The IWA UK Committee invites Young Water Professionals (YWPs) to participate in the thrilling “Race to Toronto, on the Road to Glasgow” competition! Seize your chance to win up to £2000 to travel to the IWA World Wa...
May 31, 2024
As cities in low- and middle-income countries expand rapidly, sanitation infrastructure struggles to keep pace, with nearly 700 million people still lacking even basic sanitation access
May 30, 2024
As cities in low- and middle-income countries expand rapidly, sanitation infrastructure struggles to keep pace, with nearly 700 million people still lacking even basic sanitation access
May 29, 2024
*from left to bottom right: Chelsea Hayward (Chair), Natasha Mumba (Vice-Chair), Claudia Prehn (Secretary), Ashton Mpofu (Strategic Advisory), Andrea Carranza Munoz (Specialist Group – YWP coordination),  Francisca Braga (Caree...
As cities in low- and middle-income countries expand rapidly, sanitation infrastructure struggles to keep pace, with nearly 700 million people still lacking even basic sanitation access