Water Practice and Technology
Water Practice and Technology, presents papers on all practical aspects of water and wastewater treatment and management throughout the water cycle. Papers are primarily aimed at practitioners, but will also be of interest to scientists, managers and those active in training and professional development. Subjects covered include solutions to practical problems in the design, operation or management of water supply, wastewater treatment, drainage and flood protection, and environmental management, including social, economic and public participation aspects of water. This includes informative case studies, practical "know-how" reports, full-scale applications of new technologies, "best practice" and applied management concepts, including lessons learnt from unsuccessful experiences.
Water Practice and Technology is published four times a year in March, June, September and December.
|Quality of rainwater harvesting in urban systems: case study in Colombia||Journal Article||Morales-Pinzón et al. Morales-Pinzón, T.; García-Serna, M. I.; Flórez-Calderón, M. T.||2015|