March 17, 2022
Danes get nearly 100 percent of their drinking water from groundwater. The high-quality drinking water coming out of taps across Denmark is a result of a long and extensive tradition for groundwater protection and a dedicated wate...
March 3, 2022
Groundwater resources globally provide about 50% of all drinking water, about 40% of water used for irrigated agriculture, and about 30% of the water supply required for industry, as well as sustaining aquatic ecosystems, maintain...
February 9, 2022
This year is set to be another important year of progress for IWA’s Digital Water Programme, with last year’s success of IWA’s 1st Digital World Water Congress from 24 May to 4 June 2021 illustrating well that digital techno...
December 16, 2021
IWA is pleased to announce that the IWA Specialist Groups on Statistics & Economics has recently launched new and updated tools that every water professional should know about. These useful tools provide statistics on the wate...
December 6, 2021
During 15-19 November 2021, the PrimeWater Consortium held its second Multi-User Panel (MUP) “Stakeholders Week”.  Its objective is to provide expert feedback regarding Earth Observation-enabled services developed or extended...
October 20, 2021
Two outstanding experts have been announced as winners of the IWA Specialist Group on Microbial Ecology and Water Engineering’s 2021 Ardern-Lockett Prize and IWA MEWE Early Career Researcher Award during an online session held o...
It is common for professionals in the water sector to face problems related to data collection, analysis and visualization, as there are a lot of different solutions offering the same results, while following a different approach ...
September 16, 2021
Satellites can provide a wide range of water quality measures such as temperature, light attenuation, oil slicks, organic matter, chlorophyll, turbidity, and benthic habitat type. Research and practical applications have evolved a...
August 9, 2021
August is Water Quality Month, which is dedicated to highlighting the importance of water quality and raising awareness of steps that can be taken to improve it. In this Q&A, Dr Samuela Guida spoke to H2O Global News about IWA...
August 5, 2021
The Lhasa Najin Water Treatment Plant (WTP) was built in 2017 at total cost of 1.38 billion CNY (approximately 213 million USD) and has been designed to treat an average flow of 480,000 m3/day. Located in the Tibetan Plateau in th...