Over the last 20 years, SIWI has produced a wide range of publications in the field of global water issues. Now you can find them all ONLINE HERE. This section of the SIWI web was recently re-launched with a new appearance and improved search functionality so that you can easily find any publications in your field of interest. Do you wish to read more about a specific topic such as IWRM, corruption in the water sector or the Nile River? Search freely for words that are commonly used in a publication to narrow down your findings even more. You can also search for the year of publication and what type of publication you are looking for such as reports, policy briefs, scientific papers, brochures, World Water Week publications, Water Front Magazine, or specific articles. Welcome to explore our new and improved publications archive online.
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World Water Week in Stockholm
The World Water Week in Stockholm is the annual meeting place for the planet’s most urgent water-related issues. it brings together experts, practitioners, decision makers and leaders from around the globe to exchange ideas, foster new thinking and ...
Kurita places the greatest value on Research and Development
Our innovative chemistry and a high level of experienced services contribute to achieve operational excellence in the paper manufacturing process. Furthermore with state-of-the-art technologies Kurita manages the use of water at production plants, thus supports industries around the world. You are interested in our products or consultancy? Please contact us: https://www.kurita.eu/en/contact
Statement from AWWA CEO David LaFrance regarding the merger of water foundations
The American Water Works Association celebrates today’s announcement from the Water Research Foundation and the Water Environment & Reuse Foundation that the organizations will integrate into a single research entity. The members of AWWA envisioned and created the Water Research Foundation in December 1966 with a small budget and an unwavering commitment to scientific research that protects public health. The foundation’s growth into the preeminent drinking water research organization has been a...
New research into PFAS treatment
econ has taken on the challenge of finding a sustainable solution for the remediation of a group of contaminants. Yet still little understood but already of growing concern worldwide – per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or short PFAS. Although research into the remediation of PFAS contaminated sites is still in its infancy, it is widely believed that thermal treatment is the only viable option. econ’s engineers have been experimenting and researching this topic. They found out that the treatment...
MIT researchers develop new way to clear pollutants from water
Original story at MIT News When it comes to removing very dilute concentrations of pollutants from water, existing separation methods tend to be energy- and chemical-intensive. Now, a new method developed at MIT could provide a selective alternative for removing even extremely low levels of unwanted compounds. The new approach is described in the journal Energy and Environmental Science, in a paper by MIT postdoc Xiao Su, Ralph Landau Professor of Chemical Engineering T. Alan Hatton, and five others at MIT and...
IFCB in new Long-Term Ecological Research Site
Imaging FlowCytobot samplers (IFCBs) manufactured by McLane will be installed in a new Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) site off the Northeast coast of the United States. LTER programs focus attention on specific sites representing major ecosystem types, and undertake long-term assessments of populations, communities, and the physical environment. Dr. Heidi Sosik, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) Sr. Scientist and IFCB co-inventor, will lead a group of researchers studying the intricate and...