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Aug 27 2014

Synthetic organic water contaminants in developing communities

The latest article in our Journal Authors Guest Post series comes from Josh Kearns, co-author of 'Synthetic organicwater contaminants in developing communities: an overlooked challenge addressed by adsorption with locally generated char' J WASH DEV, Vol. 4, Is. 3, pp. 422-436

Aug 14 2014

Author Interview Series: Jaime Melo Baptista

Our Author Interview blog post series puts our 5 questions to some of our most popular IWA authors.

This blog post comes from Jaime Melo Baptista, Chairman of the Board of the Portuguese Water and Waste Services Regulatory Authority (ERSAR) and author of The Regulation of Water and Waste Services: An Integrated Approach (Rita-Ersar)to be published by IWA in October 2014.

Aug 04 2014

Author Interview Series: Matthijs Bonte

Our Author Interview blog post series puts our 5 questions to some of our most popular IWA authors.

This blog post comes from Matthijs Bonte, author of Impacts of Shallow Geothermal Energy on Groundwater Qualityto be published by IWA in October 2014.

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