Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management

The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management was formed in 1987 when the Institution of Public Health Engineers merged with the Institution of Water Engineers and Scientists and the Institute of Water Pollution Control. They are committed to advance the science, practice, training and research of water and environmental management.

106-109 Saffron Hill
London
EC1N 8QS
UK
Website: www.ciwem.org.uk/
Email: frontofhouse@ciwem.org
Tel: 020 7831 3110

Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
Biodiversity and conservation policy - issues and approaches 2007 Red
Catchment management - land use and water 2006 Red
Clearing the air - priorities for reducing air pollution in the UK 2013 Green
Climate change impacts - an introduction (partially revised 2009) 2006 Red
From microbes to mountains - understanding and debating the role of ecosystem services in environmental management. Volume 2 2013 Green
Less is more - a lifecycle approach to waste prevention and resource optimisation 2013 Green
Rainfall modelling guide 2015 2015 Green
Shale gas and water 2016 - an independent review of shale gas extraction in the UK and the implications for the water environment 2016 Green
Water efficiency - helping customers to use less water in their homes 2016 Green
BRF Multi-functional urban green infrastructure 2010 Green
BRF Taking managed realignment forward as a policy option for coastal management in England and Wales 2006 Green
PPS Active transport 2013 Green
PPS Aviation 2010 Green
PPS Brownfield development 2015 Green
PPS Bulk water transfers 2014 Green
PPS Catchment based approach in England 2013 Green
PPS Climate change 2011 Green
PPS Climate change adaptation 2015 Green
PPS Contaminated land 2013 Green
PPS De-culverting of watercourses 2007 Green
PPS Energy recovery from waste 2014 Green
PPS Flood and coastal erosion risk management 2014 Green
PPS Flood and coastal risk management 2008 Red
PPS Forestry and water management - integration for multiple benefit 2016 Green
PPS Future landscapes - managing landscapes in the light of climate change 2009 Red
PPS Health impact assessment for land use planning 2005 Red
PPS Lead in drinking water 2005 Red
PPS Lead in drinking water 2011 Green
PPS Parks and urban green space 2008 Red
PPS Parks for people 2001 Red
PPS Parks for people (revised) 2006 Red
PPS Placing a monetary value on ecosystem services 2012 Green
PPS Planning water resources in England and Wales 2005 Red
PPS Planning water resources in England and Wales 2009 Green
PPS Principles for appropriate infrastructure (AI) 2013 Red
PPS Protecting and enhancing soils 2004 Red
PPS Protecting and enhancing soils 2012 Green
PPS Protecting heritage assets and the historic environment 2007 Red
PPS Recreational use of inland waters 2005 Red
PPS Regulation of water resources planning in Scotland 2016 Green
PPS Retrofitting sustainable drainage systems 2013 Green
PPS Waste and resource management 2015 Green
PPS Waste management 2010 Red
PPS Waste management and climate change 2015 Green
PPS 2 Flood and coastal defence 1998 Red
PPS 3 Nature conservation and urban greenspace 1998 Red
PPS 7 The environment 1999 Red

 

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