Periodicals & Proceedings

Research and News on Current Water Topics

For more than 100 years, AWWA has published on the science and technology of water. Journal AWWA, Opflow, and AWWA Water Science provide timely information and research to help water professionals protect public health and provide safe water. AWWA members receive complimentary subscriptions to all three AWWA periodicals. Online access is provided by Wiley Online Library.

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Journal AWWA is the voice of the association and serves as a forum for thought leaders in the industry, focusing on issues affecting municipal drinking water, wastewater, and water reuse.   

Thought Leadership | Management

Recent Articles

Opflow presents new and established technologies and ideas that readers can apply to water treatment and distribution, as well as wastewater operations.

Operations | How-To | Case Studies


Recent Articles

AWWA Water Science publishes original, peer-reviewed research on the science, engineering, and social aspects of water, bridging the gap between theory and practice for safe, sustainable water.

Research and Science | Peer-Review

Recent Articles

AWS Topical Collections

AWWA Water Science Topical Collections are groups of published articles that focus on an important research topic. With experts serving as guest editors, these collections aim to capture and advance the state of the science for the water industry.

Conference Proceedings

Presentations from AWWA conferences are provided to conference attendees. A link for access is sent after the conference and is available for a limited time. Presenting at a conference is an excellent way to share your knowledge.

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