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The First Annual Waterwise/Watef Network conference took place on the 25-27 March 2013, in Oxford, UK.
The conference aim was to foster knowledge exchange and transfer between academia, researchers and industry practitioners. It was therefore a good opportunity to showcase the latest, cutting edge research and developments related to the conference theme and across the Water supply and demand spectrum.
Papers from researchers and industry practitioners on the following topics related to water efficiency:
Paper submissions are now closed.
Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings and selected papers will be reviewed for publication in a Special Issue of the Journal of Water Supply: Research and Technology - AQUA and the Journal of BioUrbanism.