Water & Wastewater Treatment

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.

Register now for your free monthly copy* and you will enjoy regular:

  • Industry comment and news analysis
  • Interviews with industry leaders
  • Issues packed with project-based case studies
  • Special supplements including 'Consultant & Contractor File', exhibition previews and regional reviews
  • 'Water Industry Focus' products review

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.

*WWT's circulation is ABC audited and must conform to strict terms of control. If you are not eligible to receive a free copy, we will send you a paid subscription application form.

Meet The Editor

James Brockett

James Brockett took over as editor of Water & Wastewater Treatment (WWT) magazine in September 2014. His background is in business and financial journalism, and he was previously editor of Mena Fund Manager, a title covering the asset management industry in the Middle East region. Prior to this he spent six years at People Management, the magazine of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, where he was news editor.

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