Water & Wastewater Treatment is the market leading publication in the UK water industry. It is held in high esteem by its readers for its lively mix of news and regulatory analysis, case studies and technology stories. WWT covers the whole water cycle from catchment to coast, clean water to foul. Process, networks, flooding, sustainable drainage systems, leakage, sampling and monitoring, data and IT are all featured along with the `softer` issues like stakeholder engagement, health & safety and training & skills.
WWTonline is powered by two market-leading print titles in the water market, Water & Wastewater Treatment (WWT) and WET News, offering an unparalleled resource for water industry professionals.
Combining the water engineering focus of WWT with the contractor focus of WET News, WWTonline offers a topics-based approach to the latest news and opinion, interviews with industry leaders, project-based case studies, research and more.
Add to that WWT's comprehensive conference programme, the Water Industry Achievement Awards, the annual directory 'Who's who in the water industry', sister titles Utility Week and International Desalination & Re-Use Quarterly, as well as Utility Week Live incorporating IWEX and Resource Ireland exhibitions, and there isn't an area of the water market that we don't have covered.
Launched on demand of the readers of the two market-leading titles for the regulated water market – WWT and WET News - WWTonline.co.uk provides the perfect media platform to engage with your target market while being able to demonstrate a clear return on investment.
The website offers subscribers news and information resource which curates and collates a wealth of valuable information around key sector topics. Delivered in partnership with sister title WET News, WWTonline also features a Resource Centre – a centre of excellence providing easily downloadable whitepapers, guides, reports and video content designed to help water professionals do their jobs.
The website is promoted to the 9,500 readers of our market leading Water & Wastewater Treatment Magazine and sister title WET News and enables you to promote your products and services to this audience of senior decision makers from water companies, water intensive manufacturing industries and major contractors who make up the UK water industry.
There are various options to advertise on the website from digital creative to contextual, targeted online campaigns – there are solutions for all types and sizes of business.
Making water work
Water & Wastewater Treatment (WWT) is the only print magazine and website addressing the operational issues in the water industry. For the engineers in water companies and intensive water-using manufacturing, WWT provides the information they need to make water work.
Authoritative and concise, WWT covers news analysis and commentary, project case studies, technology innovations and industry research spanning all areas of municipal and industrial water and wastewater treatment.
Launched 1955, WWT is now a multi-platform brand available in print and digital magazine format, online here at WWTonline.co.uk and face-to-face at WWT annual conferences. It works in partnership with sister-title WET News, to bring you the only awards dedicated to exclusively to the UK water industry, the annual Water Industry Achievement Awards. It is also a content delivery partner at the new exhibition Utility Week Live incorporating IWEX.
Committed to contractors
Monthly tabloid WET News is the only specialist source of news and information for the water contractor. Lively and authoritative, WET News ensures contractors are kept up-to-date in all areas of their work from concept to commissioning, helping them to build the water infrastructure of the future.
The Leaders is our groundbreaking survey of the movers and shakers among leading water industry contractors. Published in May, this supplement is the only one of its kind to show how the top 30 civil and process engineering companies are faring in a very competitive market.
Alliances highlights the leading partnerships carrying out capital investment programmes. Eagerly awaited by contractors, consultants, water companies and supply chain procurement managers, each November the Alliances supplement reveals which consortia are working for who, and the size of contract that are leading firms to join forces and spread the risk in a competitive market.
WET News is now part of a multi-platform brand available in print and digital magazine format, online here at WWTonline.co.uk and face-to-face at WET News conferences. It works in partnership with sister-title Water & Wastewater Treatment, to bring you the only awards dedicated to exclusively to the UK water industry, the annual Water Industry Achievement Awards. It is also a content delivery partner at the new exhibition Utility Week Live incorporating IWEX.