Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology Special Issue

Environmental Science:Water Research & Technology introduce a special issue on recent advances associated with the potable reuse of water

Are you currently doing research in an area of potable water reuse?

We are delighted to announce a special themed issue, dedicated to recent advances associated with the potable reuse of water, which will be published in 2015 in Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology.

The Editor-in-Chief David. M Cwiertny, and Associate Editor Stuart Khan, are encouraging submissions highlighting research technology and engineering development at the leading edge of potable water reuse.

This special issue will combine a variety of topic areas that are relevant to Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology. Submissions in the following areas are welcome:

•           Technical innovations facilitating potable reuse

•           Human health risk assessment of potable reuse

•           The role and efficiency of environmental buffers in indirect potable reuse

•           Monitoring strategies in potable water reuse systems

•           Assessment and regulation of potable water reuse projects

•           Public perception of direct and indirect potable reuse

•           Sustainability assessment for potable reuse

•           Technical challenges, particularly relating to direct potable reuse

•           Novel applications of direct and indirect potable reuse

Submit your Paper!

We welcome original research papers, communications and Review articles.

For more information on the scope of Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology and our author guidelines, please visit our website or email us at ESWater-rsc@rsc.org

Submission Deadline: 15th February 2015

We hope to receive a manuscript from you or your group soon!

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