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About WEF Publishing UK Ltd.

World Water: Water Reuse & Desalination (WWWR&D) is published by WEF Publishing UK Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Water Environment Federation. WWWR&D is an international water quality magazine focusing on global water reuse and desalination, with a current circulation of 20,000 water professionals in Europe, North America, Central America, South America, Australia & the Pacific Rim, Southeast Asia, China, Africa, North Africa and the Middle East. Helmed by London-based publisher Nic Christy, WWWR&D compliments WEF's two other flagship publications, Water Environment & Technology and World Water, to provide the most up-to-date technical, policy, industry  and best practices information available in the global water quality field.

WWWR&D’s Editorial Philosophy

Launched in 2010, WWWR&D is designed to provide key decision makers in the international water community with the latest technical information, industry news and authoritative comment. And WWWR&D is fast becoming the first choice for those marketers targeting this fast growing global business.

WWWR&D's editorial pages cover the whole spread of information from the latest engineering and technical developments in water reuse and desalination to industry news, global policy developments, and best practices from around the globe. Presented in an easily assimilated style, WWWR&D offers today’s busy water professional 360 degree view of what is happening in the world of water reuse and desalination – and what is on the horizon in these critical areas tomorrow.

Regular feature sections of WWWR&D include:

  • Informed Commentary
  • News from around the globe
  • The business of global water reuse and desalination
  • Special Reports
  • New technologies
  • Latest products and services
  • 2011 Editorial Calendar  

WWWR&D has an independently audited circulation with an ABC International Certificate of Circulation. WWWR&D's growing circulation is requested, controlled or subscribed and is comprised of engineers, government and municipal officials, consultants, contractors, planners and executives engaged in water, wastewater and environmental engineering.