Sunday, November 30, 2008

Reuse09 – Call for Papers

Reuse09 is the 7th International Water Association (IWA) World Congress on Water Reclamation and Reuse. It will take place at the Convention Centre in Brisbane during the 20-25 September 2009.

The first announcement and call for papers was released this week. Papers are invited on each of the conference themes, which include:

• Potable reuse
• Public health and environmental impacts
• Emerging pollutants
• Aquifer storage and recharge
• Novel technology developments
• Demand/supply management
• Closing the water and nutrient loops
• Public perceptions and community engagement
• Water and energy efficiencies
• Environmental flows

Papers for this conference can be submitted in either Extended Abstract of 3 pages or Full Papers of 8 pages format. Both formats will be considered for Oral presentation if submitted no later than 3 April 2009.

Papers for poster presentation will be accepted until 7 August 2009. Papers will be reviewed by no less than 2 persons from the Local Organising or Scientific Program Committees. Extended abstracts and full papers selected for either oral or poster presentation will be published in the REUS09 conference proceedings.

Authors who wish to have their paper published in Water Science and Technology should submit their full paper simultaneously to the journal for consideration according to their guidelines.

For submission details and guidelines for the REUSE09 submission please see the conference website

Important Dates:

Paper submission open: December 2008
Paper due date (Oral consideration): 3 April 2009
Registration open: 1 February 2009
Paper acceptance notification: 29 May 2009
Early bird registration closes: 26 June 2009
Paper due date (Poster only): 7 August 2009

Although Reuse09 will be an international IWA Congress, it is also the 4th Australian Water Association (AWA) Conference on Water Reuse & Recycling, following on from Reuse07 which took place at UNSW (as previously described on this blog).


AHD said...

I'm getting a "Directory Listing Denied" error page when I browse to

Hiccup at their end?

Stuart Khan said...

:-) Actually, more of a hiccup at my end!

I also noticed that the site was not yet active, but thought I'd stick in the link in anticipation...I expect it will turn up during this week.

Stuart Khan said...

The link is working now!

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