Access the latest water treatment chemistry expertise through Kemira webinars

Browse our collection of water treatment webinars and watch the recordings on-demand at your convenience. Hear industry experts share the latest findings, research and...

Unlocking the confluence of diverse people, energy, and ideas

Kala Vairavamoorthy explains how greater efforts to extend geographic diversity will allow IWA to expand its influence and contribute more fully to progress on...

Shitovation: solving sanitation challenges where sewers don’t exist

Seeking practical solutions for those without safe sanitation, Water For People has created a fund that supports creative, innovative solutions that are achieving great...

Denmark’s drive to share solutions

Water Valley Denmark aims to encourage collaboration and innovation within the Danish water sector and so increase export of technologies and help address global...

Climate positivity – wastewater treatment the Copenhagen way

Water experts will be heading to Copenhagen for the IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition on 11-15 September. Registration is now open. To highlight...

Low energy desalination: the microbial opportunity

Jac van Tuijn talks to Sergio Salinas about prospects for use of microbial desalination cells, the focus of a book published by IWA Publishing. While...

Real-time control transforms performance of wastewater system for Danish utility

With Denmark set to host the IWA Congress later this year, utility BlueKolding offers a case study from the country on how digital technology...

Coastal reservoirs: an untapped resource?

Coastal reservoirs have the potential to harness water for coastal communities that would otherwise flow to the sea. Shu-Qing Yang and Muttucumaru Sivakumar describe...

Water reuse in the USA: a trend on the rise

A recent IWA webinar provided insights into new developments on water reuse in the USA. The Source explains how new regulations in California are...

Freshman to aid aquifer recharge

Dutch utility Dunea has begun piloting a new concept that integrates its use of different coastal groundwater sources. By Jac van Tuijn. Dunea supplies drinking...

Water and Goldilocks

Often, when the global community thinks about the challenges we face in water, the first thought is about the availability of water - adequacy...

Free webinar: Biobased polymers in water treatment

In this live webinar, on 31 May, you will learn why HSY in Finland has opted for Kemira’s novel biomass-balanced polyacrylamide, a water-soluble polymer,...

The hunt for Omicron in wastewater

Two years on from the initial COVID-19 outbreak, the virus continues to disrupt lives and create uncertainties, especially because of variants. The Source reviews...

Groundwater: the many challenges of a hidden resource

Billions of people’s lives depend on groundwater sources that are polluted and overexploited or at risk. Some of the damage is irreversible and, according...

EEA cites climate losses across member states

A new briefing from the European Environment Agency (EEA), utilising two database data sources – CATDAT (RiskLayer GmbH) and NatCatSERVICE (Munich Re GmbH) –...

World Bank report on wastewater testing for SARS-CoV-2

The World Bank has released a report, Strengthening Public Health Surveillance Through Wastewater Testing: An Essential Investment for the COVID-19 Pandemic and Future Health Threats....

Looking ahead to the Singapore Water Convention 2022

The Water Convention, co-organised by PUB and IWA, will be at the heart of Singapore International Water Week 2022, running 17-21 April 2022. The...

Free webinar: Digitalization for sustainable water

Join this webinar live or on-demand, to hear real-life municipal case studies for different wastewater treatment applications and the impact of digital optimization on...

Water action and the climate agenda

With climate change having far-reaching consequences for the water sector, Kala Vairavamoorthy reflects on the COP26 meeting, the urgency around the climate agenda, and...

Adaptive planning: a tool for times of uncertainty

As ‘deep uncertainty’ becomes the norm for long-term water planning, the adaptive planning that is needed requires new perspectives rather than just technology. Here,...