December 20, 2019
IWA has published 45 blogs throughout 2019 and they have altogether garnered an impressive 25K views. We are grateful for the contributions from our bloggers and for our readers. Thanks to you, the IWA blog has become a reference ...
September 8, 2019
The International Water Association’s (IWA) Resource Recovery Cluster: Best Practice Award 2019 has been awarded to a consortium of the Technische Universität Berlin, DECHEMA, the DVGW-Forschungsstelle am EBI des KIT, Fraunhofe...
June 21, 2019
You may not be aware, but Ontario is the new ‘it’ place for craft beer. There are many subtle signs of this: craft breweries popping up all over the province, the ever-changing seasonal beers of popular craft breweries feature...
IndustryTechnology
June 14, 2019
Being the window to the world for water sector technology, the LET gathers international experts on water technology innovations for the water sector. The Leading Edge Conference series on Water and Wastewater Technologies have bu...
March 27, 2019
UCLA professor Eric Hoek holds a vial of nanoparticles and a piece of the revolutionary desalination membrane he helped develop. Photo: Don Liebig/UCLA   About 9 years ago, on 20 April 2010, the BP DeepWater Horizon oil rig e...
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March 8, 2019
Dr. Rose Kaggwa, the recipient of the IWA Women in Water Award 2016, describes her Water Career Story in the water sector and the importance of recognising and nurturing talented young women in the workforce. Dr. Rose Kaggwa has w...
February 26, 2019
IWA launched its Task Group on Performance-Based Contracts (PBCs) in 2011 to support the growing awareness and implementation of PBCs in the water sector.  A product of this collaboration between water sector experts was the publ...
October 15, 2018
Information every water professional should know The Tokyo edition 2018 of the ‘International Statistics for Water Services’ released at the IWA World Water Congress is an initiative from the IWA Specialist Group on Statisti...
October 5, 2018
One of the main transformative powers of blockchain as I see it, is in creating a new framework for citizen engagement, knowledge sharing, and inclusivity – a paradigm shift that could drastically improve the water sector. I...
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September 22, 2018
 The #WorldWaterCongress bring new ideas and spreads innovation. Non-sewered sanitation might well be the future, because water is not infinite. Have you thought of a toilet that doesn’t use water? IWA initiated a Special...
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