April 2, 2019
Municipal and industrial water treatment is poised to enter an era of significant change, with key regulatory updates on the horizon and cost pressures putting an increasingly tight squeeze on aging infrastructure and operating ex...
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...
December 20, 2018
Thanks to our bloggers and readers, the IWA blog has become a reference for those with a thirst for communicating and learning about water, and for those wanting to discuss issues from different angles. Here are the top 5 of our m...
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September 22, 2018
IWA and #innovation, day 4 #WorldWaterCongress – Dispersion of innovation is facilitated by IWA as a hub of hubs. Defining problems and solutions requires the involvement of innovators from across sectors, geographies and in...
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September 22, 2018
Where is the water sector in the digital race? Here are some of the insights discussed at the IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition 2018 in Tokyo, Japan. The digitisation of water was a central theme at the IWA #WorldWaterCong...
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August 14, 2018
The past 50-100 years have been a pilot study for water development. The way we manage innovation will define the future. The water sector has different technologies with different lifecycles. Sudhir Murthy thinks of technologies ...